- literature, literature, poetry
- lanembou, peul, arabic, french, english
- life at France, Meaux
Born in 1992 in Mouli, Sudan, Mohamed Nour Wana was forced to leave his country as a child for Chad, which in turn he fleed for Libya. He arrives in France in 2016. A stateless author, he writes black poetry and is the author of two books (Au cœur de l'asile, Péril dans le bleu) that talk about the injustice of the state, racism and the problems that force migrants to flee to Europe. He reads his texts on the radio, in festivals and during evening performances. He acts in the show, My revolution is better then yours, by Sanja Mitrović.