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Two book festivals – Pa Gya! and Aké Arts and Book Festival – will both take place soon. Pa Gya! A Literary Festival in Accra,  ..read more
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I’m not quite feeling my current format of titling these grouped review posts.  The previous one is “Short Reviews of a Kang, a ..read more
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The Six Degrees of Separation meme is hosted by Book Are My Favourite Things.  The idea is to connect a book selected by the host to ..read more
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I have read a ton of books in previous years but I’ve neglected to comment about  them on this blog (not a surprise).  There are ..read more
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The Six Degrees of Separation meme is hosted by Book Are My Favourite Things.  The idea is to connect a book selected by the host to ..read more
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I set myself a modest target of reading 50 books this year and already the Goodreads challenge-0-meter tells me I’m 5 books behind ..read more
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It’s 7:46am in Accra; and since it’s also Saturday April 28, I’m up for Dewey’s 24-hour Readathon,  Planning: how I will do this ..read more
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Some Ghanaian folks who dial the wrong number have the most infuriating manners. Here is a poet’s response. Enjoy! WRONG NUMBER NUMBER ..read more
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Wana Udobang (MissWanaWana) is a journalist, poet and filmmaker. She lives in Lagos. Her spoken word album, In Memory of Forgetting, is ..read more
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June Jordan was a Caribbean-American poet and essayist, born to Jamaican immigrants in Harlem in 1936, and raised in Bed-Stuy, New York. ..read more

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