Emmanuel Iduma’s Reckoning with the Silence, Inheritance and History of the Nigerian Civil War
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In this episode, Andrew talks with Emmanuel Iduma, the author of I Am Still With You, about the complex silence, inheritance and history of the Nigerian Civil War.
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Emmanuel Iduma, born in 1989, is a writer who trained as a lawyer in Nigeria. He is the author of the travelogue A Stranger’s Pose (Cassava Republic Press, 2018), which was longlisted for 2019 Ondaatje Prize. He has written for Granta, n+1, the New York Review of Books, BOMB, Brooklyn Rail, Aperture, Guernica, and others, and received many grants and awards, including the Windham-Campbell Prize. Iduma has an MFA in Art Writing from the School of Visual Arts, New York City and taught there for several years before moving to Lagos, Nigeria.