Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors ———— Ô E.B. A D EL E KE is a senior lecturer in the Department of English and Literature at the University of Benin. He has published (alone and together with Tony E. Afejuku and H. Oby Okolocha) studies of Femi Osofisan. T O NY E. A FEJ UKU teaches in the Department of English and Literature at the Uni- versity of Benin and is Editor of the Journal of the Literary Society of Nigeria. He has written on African autobiography and, together with E.B. Adeleke, a study of the in- fluence on Femi Osofisan on Wole Soyinka. S OPHIA A KH UE MO KH A N is a professor of English Language and Literature in Eng- lish at the University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. She has published articles in schol- arly journals both nationally and internationally. Her current research focuses on the work of African writers in the diaspora and on comparison between the novel in North and sub-Saharan Africa. “Medicine for Joy” is her first short story. S U NDAY V I CT OR A K WU is a recent graduate of the Department of English and Literary Studies, Kogi State University, Anyigba, Nigeria. He is http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Matatu Brill

Notes on Contributors

Matatu , Volume 47 (1): 5 – Aug 22, 2016

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———— Ô E.B. A D EL E KE is a senior lecturer in the Department of English and Literature at the University of Benin. He has published (alone and together with Tony E. Afejuku and H. Oby Okolocha) studies of Femi Osofisan. T O NY E. A FEJ UKU teaches in the Department of English and Literature at the Uni- versity of Benin and is Editor of the Journal of the Literary Society of Nigeria. He has written on African autobiography and, together with E.B. Adeleke, a study of the in- fluence on Femi Osofisan on Wole Soyinka. S OPHIA A KH UE MO KH A N is a professor of English Language and Literature in Eng- lish at the University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. She has published articles in schol- arly journals both nationally and internationally. Her current research focuses on the work of African writers in the diaspora and on comparison between the novel in North and sub-Saharan Africa. “Medicine for Joy” is her first short story. S U NDAY V I CT OR A K WU is a recent graduate of the Department of English and Literary Studies, Kogi State University, Anyigba, Nigeria. He is

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