Teju Cole was born in the U.S. to Nigerian parents, raised in Lagos, and now lives in Brooklyn. His work has appeared in Chimurenga and the New Yorker, and he is the author of two novels, Every Day Is for the Thief (Cassava Republic) and Open City (Random House).
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