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I was born and raised in Nyandong, a small remote village in the South-West Region of Cameroon, to peasant cocoa farmers. In 1992, I migrated to America and embraced a new culture that would have a lasting impact on my view of some aspects of the American culture and the culture I grew up with. When I am not at Johns Hopkins Hospital where I practice pharmacy, I keep up with my passion for football and basketball. I live in Silver Spring, Maryland, with my wife and three sons.
Winning Entry: As Waters Gone By
Contest Won: North Street Book Prize 2021, Honorable Mention