Kola Tubosun

Writer and linguist, former Googler, and curator of

Kola Tubosun is a Nigerian creative writer, linguist, editor, and teacher, whose work spans the fields of education, technology, literature, journalism, and linguistics. He is a Fulbright Fellow (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, 2009) and recipient of the Premio Ostana Special Prize for Mother Tongue Literature 2016. He writes in Yorùbá and English and translates between both languages. He has also edited two volumes of student-written anthology of creative works called The Sail. He was the editor of Aké Review 2015 and the NTLitMag from 2012-2015. His chapbook, Attempted Speech & Other Fatherhood Poems was released by Saraba Magazine in September, 2015. He currently works as a curator of

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