Monrovia will come alive this weekend when the much anticipated and expected poetry reading takes place on the Congo Town Back Road, behind the Ministry of Health, and right opposite the Chinese Restaurant.
Political pundit and writer, Tewroh Wehton Sungbeh, has followed up on his first book, as he published his second this summer. Aptly titled, the name of the book is a forerunner of what to expect in these pages.
Celebrated Liberian Poet Patricia Jabbeh Wesley will welcome her second reading audience to kick start Liberia’s Independence Day festivities.
Where the Road Turns is a handsomely written poetry book by the Liberian writer Patricia Jabbeh Wesley that has been deservedly praised. Published in 2010, this mouthwatering collection is a flock of many themes – there not a boring moment.
Liberian political commentators are in abundance in this day and age, but few are writing books that Liberians must read.
A book review of Ophelia Lewis’ Liberia Unscrabbled.