Personal Writings

      A Short Script: Ti Pa Kuna | Coming Home (Tamale)

      It’s been a whirlwind, yet priceless weekend of  BarCampGhana & GhanaDecides. Somehow, this pocket of solitude found me, and I’m having a bit of a moment. Just me and my long-lost friend Tamale (aided by Adele). Special thanks to the awesome BarCamp Tamale and GH Decides teams for getting me home :) — Photo Credit: …

          Poetry/Prose: A Million Falls

          If only for the euphoria of picking myself up.Of putting back the pieces and dusting off the past.If only for the chance of the faintest sliver of hope in the darkest of hours.To be able to say, “That was then. This is now.”For just the weightless air in my lungs, I’d risk a million falls. …

            Circum-Alert: Tikulma (My Travelogue) is LIVE!

            Just a quick heads up that the travelogue – or in this case should I call it a relocatologue – I mentioned in my coming/going home post is live!! Found a pretty swell template that relays the excitement, disorder, and pure spontaneity of it all. So, if you’d like to hear about my travels (yes, …

                Circum-Alert: Pencil Tribe Online Magazine

                The following is a transcript of the interview with the creator of Pencil Tribe – an online literary and art magazine for new inspired voices on Africa. As per the request of the interviewee – henceforth PT – his name and details have been excluded for personal and professional reasons. Despite this, I am confident …

                  The Letter-Writing Project: Those Three Little Words

                  Dear You-Know-Yourself, Last week I went to an event for the Charter of Compassion launch, and it made me think about a couple of things, particularly with regards to the golden rule: treating others like you would like to be treated. One particular statement resonated with me intensely: “Many people don’t want to be compassionate, …