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Emmanuel Oppong-Yeboah



About Emmanuel

I am a Ghanaian American poet, editor, and educator living out the diaspora in Boston, Massachusetts. For 6 years I taught 11th grade English at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, and prior to that served as a teaching artist at organizations throughout Boston. I have very recently (September 2023) transitioned from teaching high school English, and am currently working as a school librarian at the Joseph Lee School in Dorchester, Boston (it's a K-8!). While I miss my high schoolers, the transition to working with littles, particularly kids growing up in the city I myself grew up in, has been incredibly joyful and life-giving. The pursuit of joy, and that which sustains life, is essential to my creative practice, and to my practice of living. My first chapbook, "not without small joys" (published in 2021 by Game Over Books Press) explores the centrality of joy as an animating force, especially in the face of human suffering. In my free time, I enjoy hot carbs, afternoons spent playing board games, and the long sigh at the end of a good book.

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