Tomorrow, winner of The Caine Prize For African Writing 2013, Tope Folarin, continues sharing his thought with the literary the community as he gives talk at Georgetown University, U.S.
The university’s website says Folarin will “engage students through writing sessions and office hours.” It notes that the Nigerian writer
is the recipient of writing fellowships from the Institute for Policy Studies and Callaloo, and serves on the board of the Hurston/Wright Foundation."
Every year, the university offers a residency through the university's Lannan Center of Poetics and Social Practice to Caine Prize winners.
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