Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu (16 January 1968 / Umuahia, Nigeria)
Biography of Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu
Son of a Headmaster and a Superintendent of schools, Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu, Nigerian poet, novelist and short story writer, was born to Francis and Mary Ogbuagu in the course of the internecine Nigeria/Biafra War. Ogbuagu attended the prestigious Government Secondary School, Owerri, Nigeria, where he began writing fiction in Form 4 and at the age of 15. Ogbuagu has always made it known that he inherited his creative gift from both his parents: his father wrote and published the history of his town in the 1960s; his mother possessed a rare power of oral description embellished in rich poetry. He holds a BA in history from the Abia State University, Nigeria, and an M.Sc in International Affairs and Diplomacy from the Imo State University, Owerri, Nigeria. Over the years, Ogbuagu has written 20 books in novels, poetry and short stories. His third novel, BOSHETH WILLIAMS was published in England in 2003. Some of his poems have been published in newspapers and journals and online. A great lover of music, Ogbuagu reads voraciously and loves traveling.
Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu's Works:
Bosheth Williams (a novel)
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It was all about a grim,
Foggy, smoggy, old Thursday night
London’s belching south,
Below Europe’s icy, dark trees and
In the silence of grieving mornings...
Bulbous clouds bleeding with strained oomph
Would stir the ingravescence of patented ills.
The trains always come railing!