Publications

POETRY
In News Papers
Ghana Today International
  1. Sue Side (Issue 12, 2004)
  2. The Lunatic (Issue 12, 2004)
  3. A Flowerfall on the Desert (I of III) (Issue 15, 2005)
  4. Life Cycles (Issue 15, 2005)
  5. The Miracles of Today (2005)
  6. Expressionless Face (2005)
  7. To You Madiba
  8. To Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, on her Declaration as the President of Post-War Liberia
  9. Finding My Voice
At Internet Sites
Africaresource
  1. Confusion (January 2, 2008)
  2. The Lunatic (January 2, 2008)
  3. Eyes in the Window (January 2, 2008)
  4. To Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf on her Declaration as the President of Post-War Liberia (January 2, 2008)
  5. The Drunk Chromosomes of a Drunk (January 2, 2008)
  6. Finding My Voice (January 2, 2008)
  7. To You Madiba (2008)
  8. In the Midst of Death (January 2, 2008)
  9. The Land of Standing Corpses (January 2, 2008)
  10. Echoes in a Dying Head (December 11, 2008)
Akwantuo
  1. An Ode to a Broken Statue (May 25, 2010)
  2. Epiphany (October 29, 2009)
  3. Mosquito Hymns (December 1, 2009)
  4. My Cat is not Only a Cat (June 20, 2010)
African Knowledge Project
Jenda is a Journal of Culture and African Studies (ISSN: 1530-5686), editors: Nkiru Nzegwu and Mary Dillard. JENdA! is an academic, peer-reviewed e-journal that is widely read by professors, scholars, and students in universities and colleges around the world. The journal is on Africa Knowledge Project website, a new initiative of Africa Resource Center, Inc, and is available by subscription.
  1. To Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf on her Declaration as The President of Post-War Liberia in JENdA! No. 13 2008. 
  2. Poems: In the Line of Darkness; Eyes in the Window; and The African Woman have; published in JENdA! No. 17 (2010): African Women in Dimensions: Part I
One Ghana One Voice
  1. From New York to Chokor - An Optimal Time Path (Issue 3.3, January 17, 2009)
  2. The Drunk Chromosomes of a Drunk (Issue 4.16, April 17, 2010)
Accra Dust Magazine
  1. Middle Sex (December, 2010)
Writers Project of Ghana
  1. Middle Sex
Munyori Literary Journal
  • Savages Are We
  • A Curve in the Tell (A Direct Response to Naipaul's The Masque of Africa
  • Devolution
  • Abracadabra Adabraka
Sentinel Nigeria
  • The Man and The People
  • Every Piece Shall Go, These Impartial Cleaners
  • Merchants of Menace
  • Private Existence
  • Horrorscope
Tuck
  • Middle Sex
  • Devolution
Ofi Press (Translated into Spanish)
  • Mosquito Hymns
  • The Talking Drum
In Anthologies
The War Against Wars (2010, Mensa Press)
  1. The Land of Standing Corpses
  2. Day Dreams II - The Realities
  3. The Sheanut Tree
We Come From One Place (2010, Mensa Press)
  1. 1976's Soweto Uprising
  2. Qana, the Lost Voices
  3. All Hail Tshwane
  4. Schisms and -isms
Whispers in the Whirlwind (2010, Mensa Press)
  1. Echoes in a Dying Head
  2. Day Dreams I
  3. The Drunk Chromosomes of a Drunk
  4. Pregnancy on the Road
Look Where You have Gone to Sit (2011, A WPG Anthology published by Woeli Press)
  1. Finding My Voice

In Upcoming Anthologies:
Defiled Sacredness (Mensa Press)
  1. In the Line of Darkness
  2. The African Woman
  3. Eyes in the Window
HAIKU
  1. Volume 4 No. 4, Winter Edition 2006
  2. Volume 6 No. 4, Winter Edition 2008
  3. Volume 7, No. 1, Spring Edition 2008
B. The Heron's Nest Volume X No. 4 December 2009
C. Acorn, Spring Issue No. 22, 2009
D. Frogpond
  1. Fall Edition October 2008 (Page 14)
  2. Spring/Summer Edition 32:2 2009 (Page 15)
E. Mainichi Daily News, Japan, March 7, 2009
  1. Issue 8, 2008
  2. Issue 9, 2009
  3. Issue 16, 2010
G. Akita International Haiku Network
  1. January, 2011
H. World Haiku Review
  1. January 2011: Neo-Classical and Vanguard
  2. August 2011: Neo-Classical
OTHERS
  1. They and Us Killed Us, a Review of Ayi Kwei Armah's The Healers, published in The Criterion, An International Journal in English (ISSN 0976-8165).
  2. How We Buried Puso by Morabo Morojele a Review published at The Ghanaian Book Review (2009)
  3. Not without Flowers by Ama Darko a Review published at The Ghanaian Book Review (2009)
  4. An Interview with Author Nana Awere Damoah published in the Friday July 9, 2010 edition of the Business and Financial Times, Issue 1122.
  5. An Interview with Author Tendai Huchu published by The Standard of Zimbabwe (August 10, 2010)
  6. An Interview with Author Tendai Huchu published by Weaver Press.
  7. A review of A Sense of Savannah: Tales of a Friendly Walk through Northern Ghana was published at: Ghana Web, Ghana Nation, Hot Travels News, Trends and Deals, Sankofa Radio, Spy Ghana, and many others.
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