Truth Floats

Conversations with Writers – Interview by Ambrose Musiyiwa

Nana Awere Damoah is a Ghanaian Chevening alumnus who studied in Ghana and in the United Kingdom. He keeps a blog of his articles at Excursions in my Mind. So far, he has written and published two books, Through the Gates of Thought (Athena Press, 2010) and Excursions in my Mind (Athena Press, 2008). His

Exciting news – my books now available in Kenya!

Exciting news for those in Kenya and East Africa. You can get both of my books (Excursions in my mind and Through the Gates of Thought) as well as the anthology African Roar, which features my story Truth Floats, via Kalahari.co.ke. The links are: Through the Gates of Thought: http://www.kalahari.co.ke/books/Through-the-Gates-of-Thought/632/37240348.aspx Excursions in My Mind: http://www.kalahari.co.ke/books/Excursions-in-My-Mind-Reflections-and-Studies-in-His-Presence/632/33312960.aspx

African Roar: An Eclectic Anthology of African Authors – by MyWeku

Nana Awere Damoah, Ghanaian contributor to African Roar: He has been asked many times why he still continues to think about oils and fats, soaps and pastes, powders and creams. And why he is passionate about the reaction that can occur when words, mere words, are brought together in the presence of an active catalyst

A brand new exciting book: African Roar!

  African Roar is a fiction anthology drawn from the very best stories published from 2007-2009, in the StoryTime weekly literary ezine dedicated to publishing African writers. Between these covers you will find eleven stories that stand as a testament to the upsurge of talented African writers boldly utilising the cutting edge of technology and