Zoë Gadegbeku is a Ghanaian writer living in Boston. She earned her undergraduate degree in French from Georgetown University, and is currently studying in the Creative Writing MFA program at Emerson College. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in Lawino Magazine, Afreada, Brittle Paper and The Fem Lit Mag. She was a fellow in the Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice at Georgetown, and was selected to participate in the Callaloo Creative Writing Workshop at the University of the West Indies- Cave Hill, Barbados in May 2017. She is the Communications Associate for the Elma Lewis Center, and also works as a research assistant in the Institute of Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies, both at Emerson College.
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