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Moco McCaulay

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Land of My Fathers: A Review

Land of My Fathers is the latest novel by Liberian-born author, Vamba Sherif, to be published in English. First written and published in Dutch in 1999, Land of My Fathers is Vamba's first novel. A tour de force literary journey to Liberia's incipient years of nationhood, it is a sanguine story of friendship and mutual respect among Liberia's disparate people.
catching ricebirds
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Catching Ricebirds: A Story of Letting Vengeance Go | A Review

Catching Ricebirds: A Story of Letting Vengeance Go is an intensely engrossing autobiography by Liberian-born author, Marcus Doe, which tells the story about how his childhood innocence was ruthlessly shattered by the civil war that consumed his nation and his long struggle to come to terms with his tragic past before finally finding redemption through forgiveness and his faith in God.

Perfecting The Art Of Lyrical Alchemy

During the days of antiquity, alchemy was believed to be an art that could endow its practitioners with a special ability to turn ordinary metals into gold and, achieve the elixir of life. In the world of hip hop also, a few of its practitioners could be said to be practicing a form of alchemy—lyrical alchemy, that is...
Moco McCaulay

Moco McCaulay

“Until the lion has his or her own storyteller, the hunter will always have the best part of the story.” For far too long, across Africa, ruthless hunters have fleeced their nations, stifling the potentials of generations of lions. I am a storyteller for those lions.

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