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First Centre for Creative Writing in West Africa. Under Founding Director: Current Director:
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AkooBooks Audio Sep 13
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AkeArts&BookFestival Sep 7
Ake Festival announces News Central () as the official media partners for the Black Bodies Grey Matter themed 2019 edition. News Central is an Afro- optimistic media/News company on an Africa. First. mission to tell wholesome, genuine and balanced African stories.
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Writers Project Gh Sep 6
More updates!!! Professor Ato Quayson will be at this year's festival to give a talk on historical sites in Ghana .The author & academic will also lead a panel on perspectives of colonialism on Ghanaian writing.
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Blitz Bazawule Sep 7
"Any serious people on this planet take the issue of their story and their image seriously" 🙏🏿
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Blitz Bazawule Aug 31
If you missed our feature on , check it out and see you TONIGHT for the final screening of in Ghana. Akola Boni Park (Osu) 6pm FREE + OUTDOORS Presented by 🙌🏿🇬🇭 is still streaming on via
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Syncity NG | Writing Community Aug 31
A Man of Many Talents Is Coming To Syncity NG This Monday! is a winner of an best screenplay award, ANA prize for Drama, a Afrika Projekt finalist and a long-listed and short-listed nominee of the for his plays Sankara and...
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The JRB Aug 23
From our November 2017 issue, read Petina Gappah's essay on the influence of Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o’s work on her writing, excerpted from a German translation of Decolonising the Mind:
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Patrick Awuah Jr Aug 22
25 years after my last Shotokan black belt test, my decision to resume testing this year paid off. I earned my 3rd Dan Black Belt with the Ghana Karate-do Federation in June. I look forward to opening up a dojo for students, staff and faculty next year!
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Blitz Bazawule Aug 12
AMAZING!!! makes Top 20 Most Daring Films of 2019 (So Far) list. Plus we are rated 100%🍅 Thanks 🙏🏿
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The JRB Aug 8
Breaking! has been announced as the winner of the 9mobile Prize for Literature, for her debut novel Stay With Me!
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Amazwi SA Museum of Literature Aug 8
This , we celebrate some phenomenal women writers from across the African continent.
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Ama Ata Aidoo Centre Aug 7
Writers, the thread you didn't know you were waiting for! "It extends the imagination." Indeed.
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Ama Ata Aidoo Centre Aug 6
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roxane gay Aug 6
When she takes that sip of water. Whew. Did this interviewer quit after this conversation? I hope so.
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Pamela Paul Aug 6
Read all of Toni Morrison’s essays and reviews from the pages of The New York Times Book Review:
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Poets.org Aug 6
"It has to be both: beautiful & political at the same time. I’m not interested in art that is not in the world. And it’s not just the narrative, it’s not just the story; it’s the language & the structure & what’s going on behind it." —Toni Morrison (1931–2019)
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The JRB Aug 5
The winners of the Prize have been announced! Egyptian writer Adam El Shalakany takes first place, becoming the first-ever winner from North Africa. Congratulations also to (second place) and (third) :
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Writers Project Gh Jul 30
We interrupt your day with just a few literary updates you should not miss this week Follow the thread for more details!!
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The JRB Jul 29
Ayesha Harruna Attah on the importance of having an African publisher, how precolonial Ghana was like Game of Thrones, and the Ghanaian writers that everybody should be reading:
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