APPLY For The 2021 Black Girls Glow Art Residency

What began as an idea in 2016 is now running into its fourth year – right from conception, Black Girls Glow (BGG) was an unconventional but great idea. So, what exactly is Black Girls Glow?  According to the BGG website; ”Our aim is to bring together women artists with the goal of creating content that is not defined by, or […]

Press Release: The Write Experience 4 Events

Buzanga Books Launch + Workshop & Open Mic Buzanga Books is a non-profit organization spearheaded by writers, Claudia Owusu and Kwame Aidoo, with a mission to increase child literacy and creativity in Ghana. Buzanga Books collaborates with Jess Care Moore Foundation and Boxed Kids to put together a kids workshop led by Jessica Care Moore, Akotowaa, Claudia Owusu, Kwame Write […]

Poetyk Prynx Shares Chapters of His Ordeal With Anxiety On ”Collywobbles”

Anxiety, Depression. Mental Health Conversations around these conditions have assumed prominence in recent times. From health professionals to psychologists; from the church rostrums to individual households, and work places, the discussions surrounding mental health and its concomitant effects is gathering attention. The debilitating effects of mental health conditions has resulted in the death of many people- celebrities, TV personalities, highly qualified […]

Poet Koo Kumi Eulogies Mohammed Ali on “The Greatest Poem Ever”

The world remembers the brave. Their deeds continue to attest to their bravery, inspire others and, to an extent, influence and shape the course of history. One of the men whose deeds embodies all the above is ‘the greatest boxer to ever live’, Mohammed Ali. His prowess as a boxer made him a household name; his politics impacted American society […]

Book Launch: Nene Tetteh Adusu to Release “Heart In The Sand

When: 29th April, 2018                  Time: 3PM         Where: Jamestown Boutique, Accra. In the sand of love, the heart of the poet was buried. The 2016 Universal Inspirational Poet honouree, Nene Tetteh Adusu is set to release his poetry collection – Heart in the Sand. Heart in the Sand presents various […]

Writers Project of Ghana Host Author Dr. Dami Ajayi At March Book Reading

Writers Project of Ghana and the Goethe Institute resume our reading series after a four-month break. We proudly present Nigerian author Dr Dami Ajayi as our author for the month of March 2018. Dami Ajayi is a poet, short story writer, essayist, and medical doctor. He is currently the Senior Registrar of Psychiatry at Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba. Dami Ajayi’s […]

Spoken Word Artist, Hondred Percent Looks To The Future With “Senses”

When “Senses” was announced by spoken word artist and rapper Hondred Percent a few weeks ago, he thought it an opportunity to share back story and inspiration behind his poems, spend intimate time with his fans, and also build a solid fanbase with whom he could share his future projects with. ‘An artist is nothing without his fans’, he emphasized […]

Poet SharkMellon Tackles Greed And Corruption on “Merchants of Accra And Lagos”

Poet and Playwright, Sharkmellon (real name Shakiru Akinyemi) has had and seen enough of the debilitating effects of corruption and greed, perpetuated by the ruling class and their cronies across many African countries. His frustrations and fears are contained in his latest poem, “Merchants of Accra And Lagos”. Sharkmellon provides the background and inspiration behind this spoken word poem: It’s […]