Tuesday, April 23, 2019
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...

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...

The Sebitically Romantic Ho Experience

For the few lucky people like me who were involved in planning the event, Romancing Ho Sebitically was not just a one day, few hours, event but a weekend trip that entailed many “romantic” happenings. The reading event itself was the best icing on the cake for an excellent finishing.
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...

‘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...

Writing-Worthy Lessons From A Movie

Last weekend, my friend Perk recommended a movie to me. “You’d love it”, he convinced me. “It is about writing”, he added. And that...

Two PhD Candidates Fall In Love; It’s Love At First Reading

It had been a leisurely walk up the tree-lined University Avenue from the Kwame Nkrumah Institute of African Studies (IAS). We had walked to...

Behold! I Was Tickled Sebitically

The book reading initiative is one of the best things that this country has. As I read feedback from people on Facebook, I wish and pray that the readings will grow bigger and better and permeate all parts of the Ghanaian society. I hope and pray the reading culture will catch on with as many people.
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...

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...