Two Cents for Africa captures the virulent and inexpedient attitude of Africans towards development. The work further stipulates that Africa’s fate can only be changed by Africans through a... More > mental revolution, but that if they continue to be lack lustre towards their own growth, it would cost a stranger just two cents this time to re-appropriate Africa and mastermind its rich natural resources. Consequently, Africans need to decolonise their mentalities and give room for objective contributions where talents and ethics can be made manifest for development to be effective.
(Dr. David Toh Kusi,
ENS Yaounde)< Less
The Editorial Team of The Ngoh-Kuoh Review is interested in seeking out and publishing the very best contemporary Cameroon poetry, fiction, essays, and book-reviews in three yearly issues that... More > creatively, intellectually and emotionally inspiring. Our mission is to encourage creativity, literary innovation and critical culture in Cameroon Literature and our most important criterion is high literary quality. We are interested in writers who can reshape language in astonishing, and beautiful ways and who have something unique in their writing or a style of their own. If you wish to submit your work to The Ngoh-Kuoh Review then familiarize yourself with our submission guidelines.< Less
JELLIC: Journal of English Language, Literature and Culture is the international peer-reviewed journal of the Cameroon English Language and Literature Association (CELLA). Call for Papers @... More > http://www.cella-cameroon.org/p/call-for-papers.html. Submit papers to email@example.com.< Less
Voice of the Cross is a funny and forthright look at religion as a vocation in Cameroon today - as insightful and perhaps prophetic as Musinga’s The Tragedy of Mr No Balance. (Prof. Al-Yasha... More > William)< Less