Writer for the Month at Ghana Voices Series – Boakyewaa Glover

The Ghana Voices Series is a monthly book reading series organised by the Writers Project of Ghana, in partnership with the Goethe Institute Accra. The series is always on the last Wednesday of each month (March – November), from 7 – 8 PM at the premises of the Goethe Institute, Cantonments Accra (adjacent NAFTI). It is a free event.

For May, the reading is scheduled for 29 May 2013. We received the following release from Writers Project.

The Writers Project of Ghana is happy to present as writer for the month of May, Ghanaian writer and organisational psychologist, Boakyewaa Glover.

Boakyewaa studied psychology both for her first degree at the University of Ghana and her graduate degree at New York University.

Boakyewaa Glover has worked as an organizational psychologist/consultant for a number of consulting firms in New York, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. Prior to that, she was a news anchor for TV3 Network in Accra and a presenter for the show Smash TV on Metro TV, Accra.

Boakyewaa’s passion and love for writing has grown steadily from when she started writing at age 6. Her novel, Circles, was published in 2009. Boakyewaa is also the author of several other novels and short stories including Unspoken Words, published by StoryTime Publishing in 2009.

Boakyewaa Glover has two new books slated for publication later this year.

Boakyewaa also maintains a blog of short stories, articles, poetry and other content such as movie reviews. Beyond writing, Boakyewaa has three other passions: her dedication and commitment to her family and God, her avid interest in psychology, and entertainment – particularly movies, TV, music and books.

Boakyewaa Glover is currently a Change Management Manager with Newmont Ghana Gold Limited.



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