Monthly Archives: September 2016

TOO MANY BRANCHES

Originally posted on Mum C writes:
Too many branches Are weighing it down Left, right, up Around and down Other trees are branchless And tall they grow These branches are heavy Heavier in vow Bees, birds, fly The tree doth…

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The Restless Generation?

Originally posted on JOJO 1on1:
Perhaps. I have not been around long enough. But I can compare today to a decade or two ago, and the mindset shift of young people over that period. Usually, I will talk about what I…

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Ten Exceptional Non-Fiction Writers from Ghana you should read

Originally posted on girdblog:
? Two weeks ago, Gird Centre brought you a list of ten contemporary fiction writers. Through their creativity and brilliance, they have broadened literary spaces, providing variety and quality. Today, we bring you another list of…

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On the Sebitical Stool: KeniKodjoMeetUp and A Reading to Children

Originally posted on Nana A Damoah:
18 September 2016 Two events happened this weekend that brought me immense joy and satisfaction. Over the past couple of years, my friend Kofi Akpabli and I have been contributing our bits to the…

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a tale of two barbers

Originally posted on an amazing childhood:
We all have that one barber who knows the very contours of our heads. See, with this  barber all we have to do is turn up at the shop. If we like we can…

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TEN CONTEMPORARY GHANAIAN FICTION WRITERS YOU SHOULD HAVE READ BY NOW

Originally posted on girdblog:
In a fair world, some marvelously talented contemporary Ghanaian writers ought to be at the top of the bestseller list not only in Africa, but across the globe. Africa’s literary scene is evolving as newer voices…

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Opening Up Digital Fiction Writing Competition

Click here to view this call in Welsh. Deadline for submissions: 15 Dec 2016 Announcement of winners: May 2017 Entries accepted in English and Welsh. Submit your entry here. The AHRC-funded Reading… Source: Opening Up Digital Fiction Writing Competition

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