Broken Voices – Young Creatives Speak Back (The 1000 Young African Poets Anthology)

Introduction: There has been a growing concern among young creatives in Africa regarding lack of recognition of their poetic creativity by the older generation of poets and writers. While this concern is genuine, there is also a concern among older generations regarding the quality of poetic works coming from a generation of writers whose schooling has been attributed to the proliferation of social media writing. There is a gap between the class of Soyinka, Achebe, Clark, etc. and the current generation. Interestingly too, even among contemporary writers, there are divergent Continue reading “Broken Voices – Young Creatives Speak Back (The 1000 Young African Poets Anthology)”

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