Echezonachukwu Chinedu Nduka is a Nigerian poet, author, pianist, recording artist, and musicologist specializing in piano music by African and African-descent composers. His work has been featured on BBC, Radio Nacional Clasica de Argentina, Radio France International, and Classical Journey.
Nduka worked in Nigeria as a lecturer in Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education (later known as Alvan Ikoku University of Education), Owerri. In addition, he has worked as a freelance writer and columnist for The Nigerian Telegraph, and for African Hadithi, a Pan-African online media platform where his essays and poetry have been published. His essay "Preserving the Igbo Cultural Dogmas via Literature: From Chinua Achebe to Onyeka Nwelue" garnered enormous readership and debates. Nduka has been listed as one of the five Nigerian contemporary writers to watch out for. His published critical reviews and appraisals are centered on contemporary African literature with emphasis on poetry and fiction by authors of African descent

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