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A Literary Icon Goes Home

By Wache Henry Ndifon CameroonPostline.com — In 1988, he will start the Degree Programme in ENS Annexe Bambili, Bamenda, Cameroon, against all odds. He even arranged for extra classes on Saturday and Sunday. He called it in popular parlance; “Crash Programme”. Late Asong Then he started writing novels and joke books. He will later come out with two highly ...Full Article

Poem : You Are

By Azore Opio You are a Tilly Thread worm that wiggles out of common men’s anuses to lay and hatch your eggs When men scratch their buttocks you laugh ...Full Article

Tribute To Bole Butake, A Literary Luminary

By Francis Wache CameroonPostline.com — Growing up in the 50s in the verdant valleys of Noniland, chances were stacked more on the side of Nazarius (a name he dropped) ...Full Article

The Open Quarrel I Never Had With BB

By Martin Jumbam CameroonPostline.com — Usually, when my phone rings and I see Francis Wache’s name and number flashing on and off, I always answer with: “Hi, Francis, what’s ...Full Article

Cameroonian Nominated For Pushcart Prize

By Walter Wilson Nana CameroonPostline.com — Juliana Makuchi Nfah-Abbenyi is a literary critic and Professor of English and Comparative Literature at North Carolina State University, USA. This Cameroonian-born writer ...Full Article

Eko Award Winners Declared

By Walter Wilson Nana The awards committee for the Eko Prize for Literature and the Eko Prize for Emerging Anglophone Writers has made public their verdict. According to the ...Full Article

Summary of the Book – Women of the Reunification

By Tricia Efange Oben The Women of the Reunification is a biographical account of a handful of women. Their stories highlight the role of women in Cameroon at the ...Full Article

If the Mungo Bridges No More

By Bouddih Adams Slow, gentle, resourceful Mungo River Bridged in yore times by the Germans In nigh times serves the Frenchman Thro frogs foisted by Britishers Were the Mungo ...Full Article

Poem: OPEN DIS DOOR! THE PEOPLES

By LEMANUS Dem say Cameroon people dey na for dem side and the party But for dem for truly open door make other people enter, Ah, dis people for ...Full Article

Book Review: Personal Vendetta As Catalyst To Rebellion

By Peterkins Manyong Rebellion is the offspring of oppression. The Biblical story of Balaam’s donkey, which spoke out against his master’s brutality meted on him, is a perfect moral ...Full Article
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