Sam Nallen Copley was born in Cambridge in 1988, and became a chorister for King’s College at the age of eight. He later studied at London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and Waseda University in Tokyo, while working as a translator for Cambridge Mechatronics. Sam went on to complete a master’s degree from Oxford University, and currently lives in Paris.
His interests include literature, art, politics, music, the martial arts and film. He writes for Global Politics, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, New Business Ethiopia, the 1847 Press, the Somaliland Sun and Malawi Voice.
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