Mo Tejani developed a passion for books and travel during his early life in Africa. Since his expulsion from Uganda during Idi Amin’s reign of terror in 1972, he has traveled extensively around the globe as a Humanitarian Aid worker. He speaks eight languages and has taught English and World Literature in Uganda, Canada, the United States, Guatemala, Ecuador, and Thailand. He holds a Masters degree in English Literature from University of Michigan and another one in Creative Writing from UCI at Irvine, California. He currently resides in Chiang Mai, Thailand and writes feature articles, poetry and travel stories for various magazines worldwide. A Chameleon’s Tale – True Stories of a Global Refugee, the first volume of his globetrotting memoirs, was published in June 2006 in California and chosen as a finalist for a PEN Book Award.
Paiboon Publishing, Berkeley, California
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