- 22 Oct 2016 International Teleconference –Conversation with writer, Imbolo Mbue.
- 10 Nov 2016 Leadership Education and Development (LEAD)program, University of Hartford. Speaker: Living Life With Passion.
- 11 Nov 2016 Women’s Advancement Initiative, West Hartford. Speaker: Communication and Leadership.
For Junction Here: A Poem in Cameroon Pidgin English
By © Joyce Ashuntantang Anytime I shidon for this place All ting wey I di see na ya face Na for dis junction I be used to see ya heart; As I be want make we be You no be ever gree me I touch Ya own tightit be too much I go beg; lo
Barbara Tah Gwanmesia
Barbara Tah Gwanmesia celebrated author of Vasona's Secret is our guest in the Spotlight. A graduate of Journalism, International Relations and World Politics with a confessed avid yearning for an understanding of how the human mind works and mankind
Kenjo Jumbam and the Unfulfilled Potential of Early Anglophone Cameroon Writers
Joyce Ashuntantang(Originally published in Palapala Magazine) Kenjojumbam In 2005, veteran Cameroonian writer, Kenjo Jumbam, author of The White Man Of God died in his native Nso, prematurely ending the career of one of Cameroo
50 Years After “Things Fall Apart”: A Chat with Chinua Achebe
By Joyce Ashuntantang, PhD “Okonkwo was well known through out the nine villages and even beyond. His fame rested on solid personal achievements. As a young man of eighteen he had brought honor to his clan by throwing Amalinze the cat”. Wit