1. KMT by Ayi Kwei Armah

  2. Two Thousand Seasons by Ayi Kwei Armah

    Ayi Kwei Armah’s Two Thousand Seasons is set in the harshest century of the Atlantic Slaving War that for three hundred years devastated Africa while lifting europe to affluent world dominance. This novel tells the story of terror soaked age...
  3. Fragments by Ayi Kwei Armah

    A member of the African elite groping its way out of the background of slavery and colonialism, Baako see his education as preparation for the lifework of a socially innovative artist. his family, more pragmatic, expects an elite resume to...
  4. Osiris Rising by Ayi Kwei Armah

    “Osiris Rising, Armah’s sixth novel, is structured after Africa’s oldest narrative, the Isis-Osiris myth cycle. Traveling to Africa on a search for lifework and love, Ast, an African American scholar, gets immersed in history as living continuity. In a pillaged...
  5. The Eloquence of the Scribes by Ayi Kwei Armah

    This memoir on the ancient sources and future resources of African literature, gives colonial Africanist preconceptions of Africa’s literary heritage a clean burial. Citing new evidence on oral and written traditions, it shows that Africa’s old oral culture, antedating the...
  6. The Healers

    The Healers tells a story of conflict and regeneration focused on a group with a chosen vocation: to replace the toxic ignorance that breeds ethnic, class and caste divisions with the healing knowledge of African unity.