Eze Amushie is a storyteller and poet. This poem was an introduction in one of Amushie's books. We did not hear the footsteps of the crumbling mountain. We began to see evil, in our brothers' tongue.

I am Fredua-Agyeman Nana from Ghana. I have lived in Suhum a town about eighty kilometres from the capital, Accra, for all the twenty-five years I have been in this world with the exception of the time I spent pursuing higher learning. I attended Star of Suhum International School from kindergarten to the Junior Secondary School and continued to Adisadel College, in Cape Coast, to read science—a continuation that began the break in my long stay in Suhum. From there I moved to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, to study Agriculture.

I was born in Kampala, Uganda in 1969. I studied theology at St. Paul’s in Khartoum and now work as a Catholic priest in Kordofan and Darfur. I have been writing poetry since my school days. I volunteer as an editor for an online support group for writers and authors. My works remained unpublished in book form: The Bone of My Heart (Poetry Anthology), Dance of Memories (Novel), Talking Things (African Proverbs), Jimmy’s Neighborhood (Children’s Story), Legs of Lies (Short Stories) yet to be completed.

Jayshree Misra-Tripathi has taught English for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma and as a second language. Born in Orissa (1956), she was educated in England, Orissa and Delhi University, where she received her M.A. in English in 1978. She has worked briefly, in the mid-80’s, with the news agency UNI and the Times of India, Delhi. She recently qualified for a postgraduate diploma in Human Rights Law from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. Jayshree is the wife of a foreign service officer in the Indian Civil Services and has three children.

Jane Musoke-Nteyafas is a prolific writer and performer. Born in Moscow, Russia, her parents are retired Ugandan diplomats. She has been published in the Toronto Star, The Monitor (Uganda), The Share Magazine, The Pride Magazine, Taj Mahal review (India), an anthology and several websites. She is a member of Toronto poets and has performed her poetry orally at La Parole, Increase the peace, Brown girls in the Ring, 52 Inc, The Miss Africanada 2000 pageant, CKLN radio Station, Flow and many other Toronto venues. She also won the Miss Africanada 2000 pageant and currently lives in Toronto, Canada.

A graduate of Civil Engineering from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Frank Onyebu, is a new entrant into the world of poetry. He hails from Abatete in Eastern Nigeria and works in Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria, Warri, as an Engineer. Frank is not new to the literary world. Some of his works (drama series) are currently being compiled for publication. As an amateur writer with no formal training in literary arts, he hopes to convince others with similar yearnings to not rest on their oars.

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