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Foday Mannah

Foday Mannah hails from Sierra Leone and currently lives in Scotland, where he is employed as a teacher of English. He holds an MSc in International Conflict and Cooperation from the University of Stirling and an MA with Distinction in Professional Writing from Falmouth University. His short story, Amie Samba, was shortlisted and published in the 2019 Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology. Foday has also had pieces shortlisted and longlisted/highly commended for the Commonwealth, Bridport, Sean O’Faolain, Mo Siewcharran, Brick Lane, Bloody Scotland and Morley writing competitions. He has also had stories published in a few literary magazines including Doek, The Decolonial Passage and The Other Side of Hope, a publication that features the work of immigrants and refugees.  

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