YES THE KING/CHILD OF POP MUSIC IS DEAD- A legend was born, a legend lived, a legend has died!!!! Now we can weave myths for our unborn children. We will gather them in the twilight and whisper the story to them..."once upon a time there lived a boy...he was born Michael..Michael Jackson
So I cry and weep for this son of a mother who has gone before his time but I have a story to tell and where there is a story, lives are born!!! May Michael Jackson be reborn a thousand times as we pass his name down for generations to come...
“As long as foreign publishers remain the mid-wives of our stories, they will keep determining the nature of these stories.” Joyce Ashuntantang
Early this year, Joyce Ashuntantang published a book titled Landscaping Postcoloniality: The Dissemination of Anglophone Cameroon Literature which Bernth Lindfors describes as the "most comprehensive study of Anglophone Cameroon literature that has been published to date". In the book, Dr. Ashuntantang, who teaches literature at Hillyer College, University of Hartford, USA, demonstrates that contrary to widespread belief, literature from the English-speaking part of Cameroon is alive and well, in spite of a host of obstacles that have slowed its development and reduced its international visibility. In this interview, Dr. Ashuntantang discusses her ground-breaking book and the state of Anglophone Cameroon literature with Dibussi Tande. Excerpts: