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Melatu-Uche Okorie

Melatu-Uche Okorie was born in Enugu, Nigeria and has been living in Ireland for twelve years. She has an M. Phil in Creative Writing from Trinity College, Dublin. Her work has been published in Dublin: Ten Journeys One DestinationAlms on the Highway (New Writing from the Oscar Wilde Centre), LIT Journal, College Green MagazineHer debut collection, This Hostel Life (Skein Press), was published in May, 2018She is working on her next book.

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