Book Launch: Lamentations by the Banks of the Volta By Nana Yeboaa

TORONTO, CA – Toronto based publishing company, Philjoe Multi-Media, is proud to announce Ghanaian poet, Nana Yeboaa in a reading and book signing of her 1st published work: Lamentations by the Banks of the Volta.

She will be accompanied instrumentally by world acclaimed performing artist Kobèna Aquaa-Harrison. Those who’ve already been captivated by the powerful imagery and soothing reassurance of her delivery, will recharge their spirits.

If you are new to the authentic urgency this African woman’s voice brings to universal concerns, it will be a most profound experience.
Seating and room capacity is limited. For your invitation and details please RSVP by calling 647-717-9519 or 647-767-6115 or email philjoe@live.ca

BOOK READING, Q & A session and book signing by Nana Yeboaa
Date: Saturday, November 14th 2015
Time: 7pm-9pm
Venue: Abandze Embassy
38 Abell Street- Downtown Toronto

RSVP for your personal, free invitation ticket and further info.
Signed copies of the book will be available for sale.

BOOK SYNOPSIS
On the banks of an unknown river, a visitor might wonder and waste energy. They might risk the unimaginable. But By the Banks of the Volta, Nana Yeboaa takes us through a period of discovery and pleasure, while we are immersed in the sober reflection of her supreme imagery, and relieve ourselves with the landscape of her rich linguistic expression.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
With every passing breath, there is hope. We are born into this world to contribute no matter the disposition in life. Nana Yeboaa is a talented poet, spoken word artist, and a freelance writer; she has been writing for many years.

She attained her early education in Ghana. Nana Yeboaa is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Canada. She is a mother of two beautiful children. She believes in the innate strength and knows not to stay down too long.

Awarded with the African Canadian Women’s Achievement Award for Literature in 2001, published in the T Dot Griots: An Anthology of Toronto’s Black Storytellers 2004.

CONTACT
For bookings, interviews or general inquiries, please contact us at 647-717-9519 or 647-767-6115 and via e-mail philjoe@live.ca

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