Nicola Sebastian

Writer

Born in Hong Kong, from the Philippines, and currently living in New York, Nicola writes about family, the ocean, and the (non)fiction that is the Philippine postcolonial identity. She is a graduate teaching fellow for the Creative Writing Program at Columbia University.

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