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For half a century now he has been continuously productive as poet, playwright, essayist, social critic, philologist, historiographer, dramatist, synthesist, peace activist, artistic director Even if he has yet to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, he has often been more appreciated and duly honored abroad than in his own land.
As such his early childhood gestation period was molded by the trauma of that war of aggression against which his patriot father fought. Born in the vicinity of Ambo and the environs of the source of Awash River in Shewa region, the young Tsegaye was also influenced and shaped by the subcultures, languages and the blending of his Oromo and Amhara heritages.
Indeed, as he was to relate later on, he considers himself as one who represented an Ethiopian amalgam or bridge between the two cultures. Indeed, the young genius, Tsegaye Gabre-Medhin, was barely a teen when in Eth. It was watched by, among others, Emperor Haile Sellassie himself.
But his precocious self-reading of his inner needs, moods and proclivities pointed towards pastures for artistic and literary expression.
Poet Laureate Tsegaye was also at his most peripatetic mode during this decade as he criss-crossed countries and continents interpreting Ethiopia and Africa to the world and back again to relating the art and literature of the world to his own people in the continent and in his motherland.
And so, poet Tsegaye sojourned in more than thirty countries—often repeatedly— in Europe, the Americas and the Middle East. This was also the decade when Poet Laureate Tsegaye nursed and nurtured a nascent Ethiopian National Theatre from to Poet Tsegaye also writes in Oromifa and is conversant in French as well.
At numerous points in his career Poet Tsegaye has also been Fullbright Fellow and lectured in several U. With all this activity and being thrown in jail in added to the mixPoet Tsegaye persevered in his labor of love and continued to churn out plays that depicted and critiqued the onset of the Ethiopian Revolution.
He published Collision of Altars-a play on religious feuds and intolerance—in A selection of his Amharic poems were published in under the title: Issat wey Abeba Fire or Flower. He produced historical plays based on the lives of Menelik BannedTewodros Bannedand on Zeray Deres as well as Gammo, a play on the Ethiopian Revolution which was also banned.
Ina reproduction of one of his earlier plays, Petros, depicting the Ethiopian Patriarch butchered by the Italian Fascists, was banned. In the past few years Poet Laureate Tsegaye Gabre-Medhin has been gracing the pages of the Ethiopian monthly, Tobia and other publications at home and abroad with a series of powerful poetic essays entitled "Addressed To Us" and on Adwa as well as others in English.
His outstanding literary contributions as well as his advocacy of peace and human rights causes have been recognized and honored by peer groups and Human Rights bodies.
And he is a member of the United Poets Laureate International.Marilla Cuthbert.
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