The CTC Celebrates: Tese Uhomoibhi reads at OTA’s Juneteenth Celebration

Tese Uhomoibhi is a Nigerian born Third Culture Kid Performance Poet and Storyteller. She is currently a student of the MA Creative Writing Poetic Practice Program at Royal Holloway University of London and is interested in exploring a poetics of implied storytelling through fragmentation, and embedded lore. She uses archetypes of childhood such as fairytales, African folktales, and nursery rhymes to explore childhood trauma. When not turning your favorite childhood memories into works of horror she does live-streams on history, culture and feminism on Periscope. She has performed her poetry at the Small Press Book Fair London, Thats What She Says London and at the Abuja Literary Society in Nigeria. She has also performed her work online on the OwnVoices Channel on Periscope and on her personal periscope platform at periscope.TV/TheBlackTCK. Her work can be found at the National Poetry Library and everywhere online @theblacktck and on her website.

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