Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Empi Baryeh is National Readathon Guest Author

The DAkpabli National Readathon is proud to announce renowned romance writer, Empi Baryeh as its Guest Reader. The author of five novels is the...
Times

Capture The Spirit of The Times

I would like to thank all the people who sent me messages about last week’s short story. As I have always said, feedback from...
A Lady Who Loves To Read

A Lady Who Loves To Read

Cape Coast…Somewhere in the 1990s A little girl descends the hill from the Mfantsipim Staff Flats. Her dad is a teacher in The School so...
Questions. Damn Questions

Fathiya Reviews: Questions. And Damn Questions

I have heard people say "own your flaws so that nobody gets to use them against you". However, I seldom come across people who...
Apiorkor

Thank You, Apiorkor, For The Matriarch’s Verse

I could not find a word to describe last week Friday so I coined one. Literaritastic! (literary + fantastic). The Matriarch's Verse – a...
Kenkey

‘Kenkey For Ewes’ to be launched at Pagya 2018

A book featuring the short stories of 27 young Ghanaians will be launched at Pagya! Literary Festival, at the Goethe Institute, on Sunday. Titled Kenkey For...
October

Nine Literary Events Happening In Accra In October

October is turning out to be a month filled with a lot of literary activities, especially in Accra. My aim is to share as...
Ayesha Harruna Attah

Meeting Ayesha Harruna Attah: An Evening of A Big Surprise And Seven Lessons

There is a conception that creative people are different from the large mass of people. Though it isn't always true, there is a great...
Highlife Time

Book Review: Highlife Music – Remembering The Good ‘Old Days’ And Present Mutations

Highlife has become, for those beyond half-a-century old, the music of nostalgia. Its peaked lyrical powers of the 1960s and 70s have turned into...
Unforgettable

Book Review: Unforgettable by Nesta Jojoe Erskine

Title: Unforgettable – Living A Life That Matters Author: Nesta Jojoe Erskine Year of Publication: 2018 Number of pages: 127 Publisher: Hetura Books Reviewer: Elikem M. Aflakpui When I read...