GSM member, mYia-Twiggy shares a "selfie" entitled, 'Time-Full Insights'.. The focus of which is the book, Utterances and Incantations: Women, Poetry and Dub, edited by Afua Cooper (1999). This is a must read & re-read for all who 'overstand' the value, necessity and POWER within and across the stories of our diaspora, as Afrikan WomYn. … Continue reading sistaCipher: Afua Cooper-Utterances & Incantations
Increasingly immersed in the ways of Rastafari, a Livity, that continues to guide my daily life. The stillness of this day led me to watch this documentary series again. It is very interesting...informative. Applied Knowledge is POWER...for both, student & teacher. http://youtu.be/HQ6uGRmPQSQ
http://youtu.be/8QTZu6OClxw On those days, when you're feeling defeated... Turn Up the Volume & Sing along with the Lyrics...
“…it is not enough to be free
of the whips, principalities and powers”
― Kamau Brathwaite, The Arrivants: A New World Trilogy
Call for Submissions
On May 11, Barbadian literary icon Kamau Brathwaite will turn 85 years of age. To celebrate this milestone birthday, and in full recognition that the best time to honour someone is when they can join in the festivities with you, ArtsEtc would like to offer Brathwaite some literary candles–but they need your help to do it.
The editors are presently inviting writers to submit work to appear online in ArtsEtc No. 31. This issue’s content will essentially be dedicated to Kamau’s work, life and legacy.
Submissions can be in any form (poetry, essay, book review, song, etc.), previously published (with full credit listed) or new. They can be excerpts or full pieces. The catch? There are three:
1) only one submission per contributor;
2) poetry/songs should be no longer than one (1) page;
3) prose should be no longer than five hundred (500) words.
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