Toyin Adewale-Gabriel

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Toyin Adewale-Gabriel (born in 1969) is a Nigerian writer.

Born in Ibadan, Nigeria, she received her MA Lit degree from Obafemi Awolowo University. She has worked as a literary critic for many Nigerian newspapers, among them The Guardian, Post Express and The Daily Times. She was co-founder and co-ordinator for several years of the Association of Writers of Nigeria. Her works include: Naked Testimonies, 1995; Breaking The Silence, 1996; Inkwells, 1997; Die Aromaforscherin, 1998; Flackernde Kerzen, 1999; 25 New Nigerian Poets, 2000; Aci Cikolata, Gunizi Yayincilik, 2003; and Nigerian Women Short Stories, 2005. She has also won awards for poetry and short fiction.[1]

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