Landa wo is an author from Angola, Cabinda and France. He writes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and reviews, often in some hybrid form. You can find his words in Bellingham Review , Colorado Review, Contemporary Verse 2, Columbia Journal, Cyphers, Fiction International, Grain Magazine, Black Warrior Review online, Michigan Quarterly Review , Missouri Review, Raleigh Review, Salt Hill, Scrivener Creative Review, The Common and other journals and anthologies. Landa wo is politically engaged and his work deal with prominent issues of social justice, discrimination and cultural strife.
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