Paperback: 87 pages
Publication Date: June, 2015
“Dike Okoro’s poetry I passionate, high imagistic and sensuous, and possesses a special lyrical quality.”
Tanure Ojaide, (Poet ad Scholar),
Frank Porter Graham Professor of African Studies,
University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA
“Dike Okoro is an accomplished poet, and one of the most promising members of the new generation of literary critics and writers to come out of Africa in recent years”
Lupenga Mphande, (Poet and Scholar)
Professor of African/African-American Studies,
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
“Okoro covers serious issues with a tactful demeanor”
Dike Okoro teaches creative writing/English at Northwestern University, Evanston. A scholar of African literature, Okoro holds a PhD in English with research specialization in African diasporic literatures from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and an MA in English and an MFA in Creative Writing from Chicago State University. He was a finalist for the Iliad poetry award and a recipient of the Sam Walton Fellowship in Chicago. He is the editor of several anthologies, including We Have Crossed Many Rivers: New Poetry from Africa (Malthouse 2012), Speaking for the Generations: Contemporary Short Stories from Africa (AWP, 2010), Echoes from the Mountain: New and Selected Poems by Mazisi Kunene (ABC, 2007), Songs for Wonodi: An International Anthology of Poems in Memory of Okogbule Wonodi (Malthouse 2007) and author of two poetry collections, Dance of the Heart (Malt House 2007) and Weeping Shadows (Morris 2000).
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