Paperback: 131 pages
Publication Date: August 2015
Dike Okoro is a scholar of African literature and intellectual who presently teaches at Northwestern University in Chicago. He holds a PhD in English with research specialization in African diasporic poetry from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. His articles, interviews and essays on African literature have been published in DLB: Dictionary of Literary Biography, African Writers Series (Columbia), Emerging African Voices (Cambria), Chimurenga, and Mbizo. He has edited numerous anthologies of poetry and short stories, including Echoes from the Mountain: New & Selected Poems by Mazisi Kunene (ABC Books 2007), We Have Crossed Many Rivers: New Poetry from Africa (Malthouse 2013), and Speaking for the Generations: Contemporary Short Stories from Africa (Trenton: AWP 2010).