ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jill Okpalugo-Omali has been published in over a dozen literary magazines: Identity Theory, All Things Girls, and Splash of Red. As reflected in her work, she writes about female gender issues, and her debut novel, Ifenne, was picked as a finalist in the 2015 Les Figues Press Nos Contest.
Jill Omali studied at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and she currently practices as a pharmacist in the US. She lives in Virginia with her family, and is the author of the collection of stories, The Boys Whose Names I Wish I Could Erase From My Diary, and the short stories, Marriage at Gun Point and The Girl Who Grew Taller Than Men.
Where to find Jill Okpalugo-Omali online
Stories We Share With Daughters As They Grow Older
by Jill Okpalugo-Omali
Published: February 3, 2016
Stories We Share With Daughters As They Grow Older is a collection of flash stories at its simplest. Each tale takes the reader on a voyage which if the likes of such are shared with daughters makes bonding with them ridiculously simple.
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