María Nsué Angüe
Background and early life
Born to ethnic Fang parents, she emigrated with her family to Spain when she was only eight years old. In Spain she studied literature and discovered her passion for writing. She returned to Equatorial Guinea and worked for the country's Ministry of Culture and Education. In years following, she decided to abandon Africa to permanently move to Madrid, Spain.
Poetry, articles and poems
Nsué Angüe has also written several short stories, articles and poems. Frequent topics addressed in her work involve women's rights and post-colonial African society. Much of her work is inspired by popular Fang literature.
- Angüe, María Nsué. (1985) Ekomo. Madrid: UNED (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia). ISBN 84-362-1974-0
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