just your typical nigerian * nordic *
american girl (yeah, i was obama first)
who writes * speaks * teaches * travels
(oh yeah, i was also thailand's first
black buddhist nun)
know a litwe more about you.
Faith's epistolary manifesto appears in Dear Black Girl: Letters From Your Sisters On Stepping Into Your Power, ed. Tamara Winfrey Harris (Mar 9)
Faith's critique of travel writing was runner up for non-fiction in the 2020 Curt Johnson Prose Awards, selected by Dr. Britteny Cooper
Faith's humorous, angry, satirical essay about being racially profiled at the opthamologist's office is nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Sales of Alone Together: Love, Grief, and Comfort in the Time of Covid-19 benefit indie bookstores!
Ghosts is a collaboration with a Kenyan graphic designer
My Nigerian #MeToo lyric essay, published in Aké Review, reprinted in Brittle Paper