Review: ‘Brass Neck’ by Victoria Naa Takia Nunoo – Aha! Review

Review: ‘Brass Neck’ by Victoria Naa Takia Nunoo   Publisher: RLFPA Editions Published: 01/26/2020 An Exercise in Rejecting Permission by Giving Permission In Victoria Naa Takia Nunoo’s debut Brass Neck, the body is at the center of a turf war between acceptance through exploration and repulsion through boundaries. Ilya Kaminsky who chose the collection as … Continue reading Review: ‘Brass Neck’ by Victoria Naa Takia Nunoo – Aha! Review

I’m learning to be lit at this writing distin

Sometime last August, I was contacted by a colleague writer to share my art process and the importance of the narrative with a group of students, as part of the Nkabom Literary Festival 2017. Knowing myself and how lowkey I am/try to be, the first word that came to mind was FLEE. The second word … Continue reading I’m learning to be lit at this writing distin

#WorldPoetryDay: A MAN AT SEA

Have you not been gone so long that your footprints died with the waves that hit shore I wonder if you’ve caught any winds yet; the squalls you so blindly sailed after I wonder if life, at large, has taught you anything other than self and narcissism Someday you will remember who you left behind … Continue reading #WorldPoetryDay: A MAN AT SEA