Naseeba Babale reads How I Wear my Accent on The Poetry Experience Podcast

In this episode of The Poetry Experience Podcast, Naseeba Babale reads two of her poems: How I Wear my Accent, published in Brittle Paper, and This is Not a Poem, published in African Writer. Naseeba is a poet, literary administrator, and medical laboratory scientist with the Department of Chemical Pathology and Immunology at the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital. She is a member of the Association of Nigerian Authors (Kano State Branch), the Secretary of Poetic Wednesdays Initiative, and moderator for Glass Door Initiative’s Poetically Written Prose contest 2019 and 2020. She was one of the judges of the Nigerian Students Poetry Prize, 2020 organized by Poets In Nigeria. She was a co-organizer of TEDxAminuKanoWay. A graduate of Bayero University, Kano, Naseeba is a lover of arts and a columnist for Konya Shams Rumi. She hails from the Kano State of Nigeria.

Curator/Host: Haneefah Abdulrahman

Guest: Naseeba Babale

Poems: How I wear my accent (Brittle Paper); This is not a poem (African Writer)

Producer: Tope Akintayo

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