The War Against War
Poetry about Stark Realities of War
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|Format: ||Paperback, 98 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 September 2010|
With contributions from poets in the Ghana, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, USA, and India, the War Against War contains the voices of poets who represent a growing fatigue with aggression in the world. Each poem looks at war from broken windows - the images are disturbing and the sentiments are gloomy. Each poet in this anthology wages a war against war with compelling perspectives.
About the Author
ABOUT THE EDITOR Prince Kwasi Mensah was born in Accra, Ghana but presently resides in the United States of America. His poetry has been published in One Ghana, One Voice magazine, UNESCO's Other Voices Anthology and The Muse Literary Magazine. He has written over thirty books of poetry. Apart from being a poet, Prince is an author, playwright/screenwriter, actor and essayist. One of his essays, An African's Epistle to the Mosquito was included in Dike Okoro's Anthology of Contemporary African Writers. Prince is the Publisher and Managing Editor for Mensa Press, Associate Editor for One Ghana, One Voice Magazine and a member of the Wineglass Court Poets of Columbia, MD.
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