Barolong Seboni

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Barolong Seboni (born 27 April 1957)[1] is a poet and academic from Botswana.

Biography[edit]

Born in Kanye,[1] Botswana, he received his BA from the University of Botswana and his master's degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He has translated Botswana proverbs into English. He also had a column in the Botswana Guardian and has done work in other mediums including radio.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Images of the Sun, University of Wisconsin, African Studies Program, 1986
  • Screams and Pleas, ed. Seboni, Mmegi Publishing House, 1992
  • Lovesongs, Morula Publishers, 1994
  • Windsongs of the Kgalagdi, Macmillan, 1995
  • Botswana Cultural Directory, Morula Publishers, 1995
  • Botswana Poetry Anthology, ed. Seboni, and Biakolo, Morula Publishers, 2002
  • Lighting the Fire – Literature Anthology for Secondary Schools, Macmillan Botswana, 2003.

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