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Books in this genre are set in or about Malawi.
“ Chief Wimbe also loved his cat, which was black and white but had no name. In Malawi, only dogs are given names, I don't know why. ”
“ Your Excellency," [Chief Wimbe] said, turning to face the president. "I'd like to congratulate you not only for what you've done in Malawi, but all across the great continent of Africa. We're having about all the things you're doing in Congo and how you'd had success. We're very proud of our president. But please understand, we're also at war here in Malawi, and that war is against hunger." He then asked the president to stop funding wells and toilets and use the money to buy grain. (Because re ...more ”
This global discussion group has been designed to encourage debates about important and underrep…more
[close] This global discussion group has been designed to encourage debates about important and underreported issues of our era. All you need is an enquiring mind and a desire to gain or share “underground knowledge”. This is also a place to discuss the controversial topics explored in The Underground Knowledge Series (non-fiction books) by James Morcan & Lance Morcan as well as the Underground Knowledge podcast show.
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A.J. Walkley is the author of such titles as VUTO, QUEER GREER and CHOICE. She's here to answer …more
[close] A.J. Walkley is the author of such titles as VUTO, QUEER GREER and CHOICE. She's here to answer your questions about any of her three novels.
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[close] A place to discuss all the unique aspects of Deaf culture as highlighted in the thriller Silent Fear (A novel inspired by true crimes) by Lance & James Morcan. This group can also be an intersection of sorts where Deaf and hearing people can engage and learn from each other.
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We discuss African-themed short stories published in English. Quick 10-minute reads that are pow…more
[close] We discuss African-themed short stories published in English. Quick 10-minute reads that are powerfully provocative. You don't need to be an avid reader to enjoy our book nights. You just need to have lived a little. It's also a great occasion to meet new people. We meet last Thursday of the month at Mama Jumbe's Restaurant, 350 Katherine Road, London E7 8NW from 630pm.
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