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Francis Selormey

September 13, 2013
SELORMEY, Francis (1927-88), Ghanaian novelist, was born in a seaside village near Keta in what was then Gold Coast and was educated at a Roman

B. Kojo Laing

September 13, 2013
Publication Major Gentl and Achimota Wars [Novel, 1992] Godhorse [Collection of Poetry, 1989] Woman of the Aeroplanes [Novel, 1988] Search sweet country [Novel, Heinemann, 1986]   LAING, B(ernard) Kojo (1946-), Ghanaian

Asare Konadu

September 13, 2013
KONADU, (Samuel) Asare (1932-94), Ghanaian novelist, was born in Asamang in the Ashanti Region of Ghana and attended local schools and Abuakwa State College in

Cameron Duodu

September 13, 2013
Positions Editor - Africa Magazine (1973 - 1978) Director - Ghana Tourist Corporation (1972 - 1973) Editor - Daily Graphic (1970 - 1971) Editor - Ghana edition, Drum magazine

Amu Djoleto

September 13, 2013
DJOLETO, (Solomon Alexander) Amu (1929-), Ghanaian novelist and poet, was educated at Accra Academy, St. Augustine's College, and at University College of the Gold Coast.

Michael Francis Dei-Anang

September 13, 2013
Publication Ghana Glory: Poems on Ghana and Ghanaian Life [Collection of Poetry, 1965]  With Yaw Warren Ghana Semitones [Collection of Poetry, 1962] Okomfo Anokye's Golden Stool [Play, 1960] Africa Speaks

Amma Darko

September 13, 2013
Publication Faceless [Novel, Sub-Saharan Publishers, 2003] The Housemaid [Novel, Heinemann, 1998] Beyond the Horizon [Novel, Heinemann, 1995]  Originally published in Germany as Der Verkaufte Traum (Schmetterling Verlag, 1991)   Amma Darko

Yaw M Boateng

September 13, 2013
Profile 1 (reproduced with permission) 01 Jun 2003, by Douglas Killam and Ruth Rowe - Editors of The Companion to African Literature (James Currey 2000) obtainable

J. Benibengor Blay

September 13, 2013
Profile 1 (reproduced with permission) 01 Jun 2003, by Douglas Killam and Ruth Rowe - Editors of The Companion to African Literature (James Currey 2000) obtainable

Bediako Asare

September 13, 2013
Writer, Ghana Bediako Asare is an African journalist and author, initially from Ghana. He began his career working on local newspapers, then relocated to Dar es

Khadambi Asalache

September 13, 2013
Profile 1 (reproduced with permission) 01 Jun 2003, by Douglas Killam and Ruth Rowe - Editors of The Companion to African Literature (James Currey 2000) obtainable

Ayi Kwei Armah

September 13, 2013
Publication KMT: In The House of Life, An Epistemic Novel [Novel, Per Ankh Publishing, 2002] Osiris Rising: A Novel of Africa Past, Present, and Future [Novel, Per

Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah

September 13, 2013
Positions Professor of Philosophy - University Center for Human Values, Princeton University (2002 - ) Board of Directors Member - Institute for Human Rights & Development (Gambia) Editor

Christina Ama Ata Aidoo

September 13, 2013
Positions Minister of Education - Government of Ghana (1982 - 1983) Consulting Professor - Phelps- Stokes Fund's Ethnic Studies Program (1974 - 1975) Junior Research Fellow - Institute

Fred Agyemang

September 13, 2013
Ghanaian novelist

Joseph Wilfred Abruquah

September 13, 2013
Profile 1 (reproduced with permission) 01 Jun 2003, by Douglas Killam and Ruth Rowe - Editors of The Companion to African Literature (James Currey 2000) obtainable

Bill Okyere Marshall

September 13, 2013
Positions Director - National Film and Television Institute (Ghana) (1984 - 1996)   Publication Shadow of an Eagle [Play, Sedco, 2003]  Strangere to Innocence [Play, Sedco, 2003]  The Crows and Other
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