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Nnedi Okorafor was born in the United States to two Igbo (Nigerian) immigrant parents. She holds a PhD in English and is a professor of creative writing at Chicago State University. She has been the winner of many awards for her short stories and young adult books, and won a World Fantasy Award for Who Fears Death. Nnedi's books are inspired by her Nigerian heritage and her many trips to Africa. She lives in Chicago with her daughter Anyaugo and family. She can be contacted via her website, www.nnedi.com, or on Twitter at twitter.com/nnedi.
Praise for Who Fears Death "Haunting and absolutely brilliant. My heart and guts are all turned inside out." --John Green, New York Times-bestselling author of The Fault in Our Stars "Who Fears Death is one of the most striking, chilling, truly fascinating, and all-around remarkable novels I've read in a very long time." --Peter S. Beagle, bestselling author of The Last Unicorn "Nnedi Okorafor is American-born but her Nigerian blood runs strong, lacing her work with fantasy, magic and true African reality. Many people need to read Who Fears Death, it's an important book." --Nawal El Saadawi, bestselling author of Woman at Point Zero "To compare author Nnedi Okorafor to the late Octavia E. Butler would be easy to do, but this simple comparison should not detract from Okorafor's unique storytelling gift." --New York Journal of Books "Both wondrously magical and terribly realistic." --The Washington Post "Believable, nuanced characters of color and an unbiased view of an Africa full of technology, mysticism, culture clashes and true love." --Ebony Magazine (editor's pick) "A fantastical, magical blend of grand storytelling." --Publishers Weekly (starred review) "Beautifully written, this is dystopian fantasy at its very best. Expertly exploring issues of race, gender, and cultural identity, Okorafor blends future fantasy with the rhythm and feel of African storytelling. " --Library Journal (starred review) "Her pacing is tight. Her expository sections sing like poetry. Descriptions of paranormal people and battles are disturbingly vivid and palpable. But most crucial to the book's success is how the author slowly transforms Onye's pursuit of her rapist father from a personal vendetta to a struggle to transform the social systems that created him." --The Village Voice "Okorafor is a master storyteller who combines recent history, fantasy, tradition, advanced technology, and culture into something wonderful and new that should not be missed." --RT Book Review (top pick)