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Workshop Alum Chen Okafor Published in San Antonio Review

by Writing Workshops Staff

6 months ago


Workshop Alum Chen Okafor Published in San Antonio Review

by Writing Workshops Staff

6 months ago


Workshop alum Chen Okafor has new work published in San Antonio Review. You can read "You Gotta Know How to Dance" here.

And here is an updated from Chen:

I've written a second person novel involving traveling the country by train while Black. I'm also currently working on a thriller (suburban noir) entitled "Neighbors' House." My short term goal is to acquire a literary agent. My long term goal is to have multiple novels out in different regions of the globe.

Chen Okafor is a Malaysian born Black writer with Nigerian roots who resides in Atlanta. In addition to being an active member of The Atlanta Writer’s Club, he proofreads for two literary magazines (The Malahat Review and Gemini Magazine). His poem “Living Among the Miscellaneous” won 2nd place in Vox Atlanta’s Art, Poetry & Essay contest (May 2008). Several of his poems have been featured in Children, Churches & Daddies literary magazine. He’s currently at work on a novel. Follow Chen online here.

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