Haiku Horizons: Remember — Reading Pleasure

Done for Haiku Horizon Remember wallpaper a silent peeling of memories Copyright © Celestine Nudanu 30/05/16

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THE FRIST GHANAIAN TO PUBLISH A BOOK OF HAIKUS — INTERVIEW WITH CELESTINE NUDANU — Reading Pleasure

Originally posted on girdblog: “One of haiku’s main appeals is that it focuses on nature or aspects of it. Haiku, in its brevity, captures those special moments in time when all our senses are awakened to the wonders and beauty of nature” – Celestine Nudanu, Writer Celestine Nudanu Celestine Nudanu is a Ghanaian writer, a…

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Motherfuckitude by Poetra Asantewa – Some Thoughts

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Disclaimer: I only do this for art that tugs at my heart and mind. The last time this happened was for Asa’s Bed of Stone. Fyi, this is not a review. Furthermore, you can listen to Poetra’s EP here.

Poetra Motherfuckitude

Listening to Motherfuckitude back to back for a while reminds me of thoughts I’ve thought and shelved for a while… Like how great most of my generation is at being simultaneously connected and detached. I sense this duality in Poetra’s art in general. I mean.. we’ve had to be great at straddling and expertly navigating a number of worlds. We weren’t born into connectivity – we came of age in it. [Side Note: When I see all those articles moaning about how young people spend way too much time online or how the world is going to shit because these young people spend all time on their phones, I snort in amusement because these…

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