Nick Mwaluko was born in Tanzania but raised mostly in neighboring Kenya, among other east African countries. Nick’s feature stories have been published in the Washington Times, Reuters News Agency, and most recently in the Huffington Post. Nick’s plays have been produced in New York City and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida through Thinking Cap Theater under the director, Nicole Stoddard who has made Nick Artist-in-Residence two years running. Nick’s fiction, poetry and plays focus on African and POC LGBTAI folk. UNCUT Voices has recently commissioned work from Nick, who will be a resident artist at Djerassi Artists Program in San Francisco from October to November 2011. London’s National Theater recently shortlisted Nick’s play Waafrika, the story of an interracial love affair between two women set in a rural Kenyan village in 1992 during the country’s first democratic elections. Other of Nick’s plays include Blueprint for a Lesbian Universe, Asymmetrical We, Brotherly Love, Trailer Park Tundra, Are Women Human? and others. Nick hates pronouns.
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