BLACK LETTER MEDIA TO PUBLISH SOUTH AFRICAN PRINT EDITION AND EBOOK OF VOICES FROM MY CLAN
Johannesburg, South Africa 13 November 2012 – Black Letter Media is pleased to announce it’s latest title, Voices from My Clan, a collection of short stories first published in Nigeria. Black Letter Media has acquired the rights to publish the short story collection in print in South African and as well as exclusive global digital rights.
“The young voices in this anthology speak with an honesty and a sense of wisdom some only expect from older, more established voices. They’re stories transcend generations because emotions like fear, courage, love, lust, fury, hatred know no age limit,” says Duduzile Mabaso, the publisher. Voices From My Clan features stories produced by young writers who participated in the first Senator Chris Nwankwo Youth Creativity Class held by Ugreen Foundation in Ebonyi State, Nigeria.
The collection was edited by author, poet and political columnist, Mukoma Wa Ngugi and Obinna Udenwe, author and founder of Ugreen Foundation. The street date is 16 December 2012
Ugreen Foundation is a youth-led organization working to build next generation leadership through engaging in democracy, leadership activities and knowledge building.
Black Letter Media (Pty) Ltd is a South African based print and digital publisher. Black Letter Media also sells books at bookloversmarket.net.
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