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Secondary School Reads

Secondary School Reads

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About the author(s)

Eghosa Imasuen

Eghosa Imasuen was born in Ibadan in 1976. He grew up in Warri and now lives in Benin with his wife and twin sons. He is also a medical doctor. His short stories have been published in online magazines like African Writer, African Writing and switchedonnaija.com, and in print in Farafina magazine. Fine Boys is his second novel.

Jacqueline U. Agweh

Jacqueline Uche Agweh is a fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria. Her first novel, The Colour of my Tears, was shortlisted by the Association of Nigerian Authors for the NDDC Flora Nwapa prize for Women’s Writing in 2010. She is also the author of A Place for Every Girl. She lives in Lagos, Nigeria, with her family.

Jowhor Ile

Jowhor Ile was born in 1980 and grew up in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, where he currently lives. His fiction has appeared in McSweeney’s Quarterly and Litro Magazine. And After Many Days is his first novel.

Yejide Kilanko

Born in Ibadan, Nigeria, Yejide Kilanko is a writer of poetry and fiction, and a therapist in children’s mental health. She currently lives with her family in Ontario, Canada. Yejide’s debut novel, Daughters Who Walk This Path, a national bestseller, was published by Penguin Canada, April 2012 and Pintail Books (Penguin USA) January 2013. The novel has been translated into German and Thai. In 2012, Yejide was named one of the top five hottest up-and-comers on the Canadian writing scene by the Globe and Mail.

About the author(s)

Eghosa Imasuen

Eghosa Imasuen was born in Ibadan in 1976. He grew up in Warri and now lives in Benin with his wife and twin sons. He is also a medical doctor. His short stories have been published in online magazines like African Writer, African Writing and switchedonnaija.com, and in print in Farafina magazine. Fine Boys is his second novel.