Poetry Time at Goethe Abansoro with Nenyi Ato Bentum and Tony Fuah

Writers Project of Ghana and Goethe-Institut Ghana proudly announce the restart of shared programming for the year, and present the first edition of "Poetry Time at Goethe-Abansoro" at 7.00 PM on Wednesday 13th March 2024.

This first edition of the year will feature poets Nenyi Ato Bentum and Tony Fuah.

The venue is Goethe-Institut in Cantonments, Accra. You are cordially invited to join us for an evening of poetry readings and discussion.

Transatlantic Relatives: Fourth Inspiration Session -- Afrospirituality...

The Inspiration Sessions under the Transatlantic Relatives project return with an exciting discussion on Afrospirituality.

Writers Project of Ghana and Wintertuin Curaçao invite you to join us for this inspiration session via Zoom this Saturday, 24th February 2024 at 7.00 PM GMT.

Hosted by Crystal Kwadwa Tettey, this session will feature panelists Nana Fofi, Calviany Eleonora, Kwame Brenya and Vivian Cornet. There will also be live performances by writers and poets from Ghana and Curaçao.

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New Edition of the Journal of the...

Writers Project of Ghana is pleased to announce the publication of the second edition of the Journal of the Writers Project of Ghana (JWPG).

Featuring work from sixten talented writers, this edition showcases a refreshing mix of new poetry and short stories well worth your reading. Individual articles and the full journal can be downloaded here: JWPG Volume 2, Number 1.

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Happy New Year: 2024!

As we bid farewell to 2023, we say thank you, patrons of our programmes, partners, collaborators, supporters, and sponsors: Goethe-Institut Ghana, Foundation for Contemporary Art-Ghana, Citi FM, Makeeda PR, the Authenticity Project, DAkpabli and Associates, Booknook.store, NYU Accra, Pan African Writers Association, Ghana Association of Writers, EU Delegation to Ghana, the Embassy of the Netherlands in Ghana, British Council Ghana, JoyNews, Metro TV, TV3, Ghanaian Times, Daily Graphic, Wintertuin Curaçao, Icelandic Literature Center, Hay Festival/Lviv Book Forum/OSF, and several individuals.

Here's to a wonderful and fulfilling 2024!

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