Unspoken by Guvna B

I  found “Unspoken: Toxic Masculinity and I How Faced the Man Within the Man” by Guvna B to be an honest and frank exploration into Guvna B/ Isaac Borquaye’s perceptions and vulnerabilities about what it means to be a man and the wider conversation about masculinity. As someone who is also of Ghanaian descent, I […]

Black Woman Reading

I spent the first weekend of 2021 planning what books I would like to read, as I have finally got my reading mojo back and this was my new year’s resolution. I’ve previously shared it was a challenge to read in 2020, but I have definitely got my groove back into reading and have been […]

The Flavours of Love is the latest novel from the internationally bestselling author, Dorothy Koomson, who brought us The Ice Cream Girls and The Rose Petal Beach. It tells the story of Saffron Mackleroy, a recently bereaved widow 18 months after the murder of her husband. The book conveyed the emotions one experiences when they […]

Madam has the contours of a girl I knew in Dansoman and sculptures sold at Arts Centre and Bitter Lemon bottles. Slender top and round the rest. A perfect holy roundness that is proof of God’s existence and His goodness furthermore. Her skin is ageless, creaseless, paint. Her lower back a hiding place. The colour brooks […]