Paperback: 348 pages
Publication Date: June 2015
"Kwakye knows his craft and is clearly a writer to follow."
--Professor Charles Larson,
Author of The Ordeal of the African Writer
"Kwakye's erudite work...is distinguished both by its artistic virtuosity and the depth and thoroughness of its treatment of issues."
Journal of the African Literature Association
Kwakye's Scrolls of the Living Night is written in a style and form that is reminiscent of Derek Walcott's Omeros. His evocative blend of detail, memory, stories, characters and lyrical commentary makes this book an ambitious project that will have a lasting impact on the reader.
(Benjamin Kwakye, Double Commonwealth Prize-Winning Author)