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Yemisi Aribisala
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ụdịekerenwanyị Dezie
mba o sịNaijiria Dezie
Aha enyereYemisi Dezie
aha ezinụlọ yaAribisala Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya27 Eprel 1973 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụNaijiria Dezie
Asụsụ obodoAsụsụ Yoruba Dezie
asụsụ ọ na-asụ, na-ede ma ọ bụ were na-ebinye akaBekee, Asụsụ Yoruba, pidgin Naịjirịa Dezie
Ọrụ ọ na-arụOdee akwụkwọ Dezie
ebe agụmakwụkwọUniversity of Wolverhampton, University of Wales Dezie

Yemisi Aribisala (amụrụ ya na ụbọchị 27 na ọnwa Eprel na afọr 1973) bụ onye edemede Naijiria, onye edemede, onye na-ese ihe, na onye na-ede ihe oriri. A kọwaala ya dị ka onye nwere "olu na-enweghị egwu, nke nwere ọgụgụ isi, na nke na-enweghị mgbaghara" Ọrụ ya gosipụtara na The New Yorker, Vogue magazine, Chimurenga, Popula, Google Arts & Culture, The Johannesburg Review of Books, Critical Muslim 26: Gastronomy, Sandwich Magazine (The African Scramble), The Guardian (UK), Aké Review, na Olongo Africa.[1]

Aribisala bụ onye a ma ama maka ọrụ ya n'idepụta nri Naijiria dị ka ebe mbata na-eche echiche na nghọta ọdịbendị na ọha mmadụ. Akwụkwọ mbụ ya, Longthroat Memoirs: Soups, Sex, and the Naijiria Taste Buds, meriri John Avery Prize na André Simon Book Awards n'afọ 2016.[2][3] Ọrụ ya apụtawokwa na New Daughters of Afrịka: An International Anthology of Writing by Women of Afrịka Descent (nke Margaret Busby dezigharịrị); In the Kitchen: Essays on Food and Life, na The Best American Food Writing 2019 (nke Samin Nosrat dezigharị).[4][5]

Aribisala bi ugbu a na London, United Kingdom.

Ndụ na ọrụ

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Aribisala gara Mahadum Wolverhampton, England, ebe ọ nwetara akara ugo mmụta n'iwu n'afọ 1995. O mechara nweta nzere masta na Legal Aspects of Maritime Affairs and International Transport na Mahadum Wales, Cardiff, n'afọ 1997.[6]

Ọ bụ onye nchịkọta akụkọ nke akwụkwọ edemede na ọdịbendị Naijiria Farafina Magazine.[7]

Site na afọr 2009 ruo na afọr 2011, ọ bụ onye na-ede akụkọ nri na akwụkwọ akụkọ 234Next, nke na-adịghịzi adị ugbu a, ebe ọ nwetara nlebara anya ọha na eze, na-ede n'okpuru aha "Yẹ́misí Ogbe".[6] Ọ na-enye aka mgbe niile na akwụkwọ edemede, gụnyere Chimurenga Chronicle, akwụkwọ akụkọ ọdịbendị avant-garde.

Ihe Ndị E Mere n'Ọdụ Ụtọ

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N'abalị iri atọ na otu n'ọnwa Ọktoba n'afọ 2016, Cassava Republic Press bipụtara akwụkwọ edemede mbụ nke Aribisala na Naịjirịa.[6] A kpọrọ ya Longthroat Memoirs: Soups, Sex, and the Naijiria Taste Buds, nchịkọta nke edemede na-enyocha " ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị ọdịbendị na agụụ mmekọahụ nke nri Naijiria".[8] A nabatara ya nke ọma, na-edepụta ya maka onyinye André Simon Food and Drink Book Award ma merie John Avery Award.[9]

A na-ekwu ihe ndị a banyere ọrụ ya: "Ọ na-esiri ike ịsụgharị ihe site na okwu, mana Aribisala na-enwe ike ịkọwa ụtọ, ihe na-esi ísì ụtọ nke ihe dị iche iche na-esi ụtọ n'Afrịka n'ụzọ dị ịtụnanya. "[10] A kọwaala akwụkwọ ahụ dị ka "akụkụ akwụkwọ nri kwụ ọtọ, akụkụ akụkọ ọdịbendị, akụkụ njem, akụkụ nkwupụta nzuzo, ọ dị mgbagwoju anya ma dị omimi dị ka otu n'ime ofe Naijiria Aribisala na-akọwa n'ụzọ na-adọrọ mmasị na ibe ya" na ọrụ "nke na-ebu ibu nke ọdịbendị na akwụkwọ, ma nwee ike iji amara na ụdị mee ka ọ dị".[11][12] "[Ọ sonyeere ndị na-eche echiche dị ka Chinua Achebe n'ịjụ echiche nke onye edemede Afrịka dị ka onye na-akọ akụkọ, ọ bụghị onye na-eche ihe. "[13]

E jirila ya tụnyere ndị edemede dị ka Aminatta Forna na Binyavanga Wainaina bụ ndị "na-egwuri egwu na ontology nke akwụkwọ ncheta Afrịka nke narị afọ nke iri abụọ na otu, ma na-agbanwe n'etiti nke onwe na nke ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị doro anya"; akwụkwọ nke bụ "nnyocha ọnụ nke ndọrọ ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị ọdịbendị na ihe na-akpali agụụ mmekọahụ nke nri Naijiria".[14] Peeji [nke akwụkwọ ya] na-eji ọgụgụ isi ya, okwu mara mma na anya dị nkọ na-abụ abụ.[15] Ọ bụ ọrụ "na-atọ ụtọ, na-atọ ọchị na ihe gbasara mmekọahụ, ihe ncheta ya na-eme ka nrọ efu nke nwere ike imeju naanị site n'ịgụ isi ọzọ. "[16]

Onye na-ese ihe na UK bụ Lynn Hatzius, onye kwuru na ebumnuche ya na ihe osise mkpuchi bụ "igosi etu omenala nri si bụrụ akụkụ siri gbanyere mkpọrọgwụ n'ime anyị... Achọrọ m ka ihe oyiyi mkpuchi ahụ gosipụta ọṅụ nke a ma kpọọ onye na-agụ ya ka ọ banye na mmemme nri nke Yemisi Aribisala. "[17]

Ihe nrite na nsọpụrụ

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Na ọnwa Jenụwarị na afọr 2017, akwụkwọ izizi nke Aribisala Longthroat Memoirs meriri John Avery Prize na André Simon Book Awards n'afọ 2016.[2][3]

Na ọnwa Machị na afọr 2017, edepụtara Aribisala dị ka otu n'ime ụmụ nwanyị 100 na-akpali akpali na Naịjirịa na afọr 2017.[18]

Na ụbọchị 13 na onwa Febụwarị na afọr 2018, Longthroat Memoirs: Soups Sex Na NaịjirịTaste Buds depụtara maka afo2018 Art of Eating Prize. https://artofeating.com/prize/short-list/

Na May 2018 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards, Longthroat Memoirs: Soups Sex & Nigerian Taste Buds meriri n'ọnọdụ nke abụọ na ngalaba nke Best in the World in African Cuisine.[19]

Ihe odide ndị a họọrọ

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  • "Boy in a Gèlè" (February 2021), na OlongoAfrica[20]
  • The Beauty and Burden of Being a Nigerian Bride (September 2019), na The New Yorker
  • "The Girls Who Fainted at the Sight of an Egg" (Jenụwarị 2018), na The New Yorker[21]
  • "Nwanne nwanyị si n'èzí" (April 2016), na The Chimurenga Chronic[22]
  • "Nigeria's New Feminism ̊ Say-You-Are-One-Of-Us-Or-Else" (October 2016), na KTravula[23]
  • "Nnwere Agụ" (November 2015), na Medium[24]
  • "Soup azụ̀ dị ka ọgwụ ịhụnanya" (March 2013), na The Chimurenga Chronic[25]
  • "Nollywood Kiss" (2011) na The Chimurenga Chronic[26]
  • "Giving It All Away in English" (March 2015) na The Chimurenga Chronic[27]
  • "High Heeled Fork" (December 2015) na Medium[28]
  • "Birthing The American" (December 2013), na The Chimurenga Chronic[29]
  • "Nigeria's Superstar Men of God" (April 2013) na The Chimurenga Chronic[30]
  • "Nigeria na Omenala nke Enweghị nkwanye ùgwù" (Ọgọst 2012), na blog Ikhide[31]
  • "Nwoke ahụ abụghị onye nkịtị" (April 2016), na Chimurenga Chronic[32]

Ajụjụ ọnụ ndị a ma ama / ihe ndị e wepụtara / nyocha

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  • "Mmachibido m iwu dị ka nnwere onwe gị": Mkparịta ụka ya na Yẹ́misí Aríbis tot na AfricanWriter.com[6]
  • "'Ndị mmadụ na-anwa ịpịnye nri Naijiria n'ime akara Afrịka niile'"[33]
  • Ajụjụ na azịza na TheGannet[34]
  • "Okwu na-agagharị karịa ihe oyiyi anya" na ajụjụ ọnụ na Short Story Day Africa.[35]
  • Calabar Witch nke Akin Adesokan, na Chimurenga Chronic[36]
  • Akwụkwọ Maka Ịnọ Nlele nke Kola Tubosun, na Village Factor[37]
  • Sanya Noel, "On Not Fitting In: An Interview with Yemisi Aribisala", Enkare Review, 11 February 2018.
  • Akwụkwọ: Yemisi Aribisala's Longthroat Memoirs. New Again nke Edward Behr. https://artofeating.com/books-yemisi-aribisalas-longthroat-memoirs/

Ebensidee

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  2. 2.0 2.1 Machunga. "Yemisi Aribisala becomes first black African to win John Avery award", TheCable Lifestyle, 26 January 2017. Retrieved on 31 January 2017. (in en-US)
  3. 3.0 3.1 2015 Andre Simon Book Awards – the annual awards for food and drink books.. www.andresimon.co.uk. Retrieved on 21 December 2016.
  4. Hubbard (10 May 2019). Power to define yourself | The diaspora of female black voices. TLS. Retrieved on 20 July 2021.
  5. The Best American Food Writing 2019 (8 November 2019).
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Tubosun. "'My repression is as legitimate as your freedom': A Conversation with Yẹ́misí Aríbisálà", AfricanWriter.com, 20 February 2017. Retrieved on 2 March 2017. (in en-US)
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  10. Stier (30 October 2015). Reading like a writer: An annotated reading list. Stier of the Nation. Retrieved on 21 December 2016.
  11. In Praise of Longthroat Memoirs: Meeting the Person of Nigerian Food – Marta Maretich. martamaretich.com. Retrieved on 21 December 2016.
  12. A Book for the Tasting – Village Factor (en-GB). villagefactor.com. Retrieved on 31 January 2017.
  13. Pa Ikhide (5 February 2017). Nigeria is not a country: Of ogbono, snails, sex, eccles, and hell's longing. Ikhide. Retrieved on 6 February 2017.
  14. Goyal. "Africa, not a single story", livemint.com, 17 February 2017. Retrieved on 18 February 2017.
  15. Quinn. "Longthroat Memoirs: Soups, Sex and Nigerian Taste Buds", Pen & Spoon, 12 February 2017. Retrieved on 18 February 2017. (in en-US)
  16. Morrow. "BOOK REVIEW: Hearty and hilarious taste of Nigerian life", BusinessDay, 11 May 2017. Retrieved on 5 June 2017. (in en-US)
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  18. "Amina Mohammed, Mo Abudu, Somkele Idhalama & more! YNaija.com and Leading Ladies Africa present the 100 most inspiring women in Nigeria", YNaija, 8 March 2017. Retrieved on 10 March 2017. (in en-GB)
  19. Murua (1 June 2018). Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2018 winners announced. James Murua Literary Blog. Archived from the original on 14 December 2019. Retrieved on 20 July 2021.
  20. Aribisala (2021-02-03). Boy in a Gèlè (en). Olongo Africa. Retrieved on 2021-02-20.
  21. Aribisala. "The Girls Who Fainted at the Sight of an Egg", The New Yorker, 2 January 2018. Retrieved on 2 January 2018.
  22. Aribisala. Sister Outsider | The Chimurenga Chronic (en-US). chimurengachronic.co.za. Retrieved on 10 March 2017.
  23. Aríbisálà. "Nigeria's New Feminism – Say-You-Are-One-Of-Us-Or-Else", ktravula – a travelogue!, 13 October 2016. Retrieved on 21 December 2016. (in en-US)
  24. Aribisala (7 November 2015). Mother Hunger. Medium. Retrieved on 21 December 2016.
  25. Aribisala (1 March 2013). Fish Soup As Love Potions | The Chimurenga Chronic. chimurengachronic.co.za. Archived from the original on 22 December 2016. Retrieved on 21 December 2016.
  26. "Nollywood Kiss", PowerMoneySex, 11 June 2012. Retrieved on 18 February 2017. (in en-US)
  27. Giving It All Away in English | The Chimurenga Chronic. chimurengachronic.co.za. Archived from the original on 24 December 2016. Retrieved on 21 December 2016.
  28. Aribisala (15 December 2015). High Heeled Fork – General Writing: Idea, Thinking, Opinion. Medium. Retrieved on 21 December 2016.
  29. Aribisala. Birthing the American | The Chimurenga Chronic. chimurengachronic.co.za. Retrieved on 21 December 2016.
  30. Aribisala. Nigeria's Superstar Men of God | The Chimurenga Chronic. chimurengachronic.co.za. Retrieved on 21 December 2016.
  31. Guest Blog: Yemisi Ogbe on Nigeria and a culture of disrespect. Ikhide (23 August 2012). Retrieved on 21 December 2016.
  32. "That Guy No Be Ordinary" | The Chimurenga Chronic. chimurengachronic.co.za. Retrieved on 21 December 2016.
  33. Aribisala. "'People try to squeeze Nigerian food into an all-encompassing African label'", The Guardian, 4 February 2017. Retrieved on 10 March 2017. (in en-GB)
  34. "The Gannet Q&A: Yemisi Aribisala", The Gannet, 16 March 2017. Retrieved on 16 March 2017. (in en-US)
  35. Smith. "'Words move more deliberately than visual images.' An Interview with Yemisi Aribisala", Short Story Day Africa, 19 April 2017. Retrieved on 4 May 2017. (in en-ZA)
  36. Adesokan. Calabar Winch | The Chimurenga Chronic (en-US). chimurengachronic.co.za. Retrieved on 6 April 2017.
  37. "A Book for the Tasting", Village Factor, 21 January 2017. Retrieved on 6 April 2017. (in en-GB)