Lecture Series: March 23, 2024

Nduka Otiono

Q&A: Words on the Times – Nduka Otiono |Author Speak: Unbound Tongues: New Nigerian Poets, Politics, Disillusionment, and Hope in an Age of Japa

Introduced and moderated by Dorothy Odartey-Wellington 

Saturday, March 23, 2024

Join us at 11:00 AM EST/ 3:00 PM London/ 4:00 PM Lagos/ 6:00 PM Nairobi on the ALA YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@AfricanLiteratureAssociation 

Nduka Otiono is a writer and an Associate Professor of African Studies and English, and Director of the Institute of African Studies at Carleton University. His recent books include the co-edited volumes: Oral Literary Performance in Africa: Beyond Text (Routledge 2021); Polyvocal Bob Dylan: Music, Performance, Literature (Palgrave 2019);  Wreaths for a Wayfarer: An Anthology of Poems in Honour of Pius Adesanmi (Daraja Press Canada & Narrative Landscape 2020). His single-authored creative publications include The Night Hides with a Knife (short stories); Voices in the Rainbow (Poetry); Love in a Time of Nightmares (poetry); and most recently, Displace: The Poetry of Nduka Otiono

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