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Ghana

Ben Hinson, novelist, poet, playwright, director, actor and screenwriter.[80] Joseph Wilfred Abruquah (1921– ), novelist.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Kobina Eyi Acquah (1952– ), poet.[Killam & Rowe] Ama Ata Aidoo (1940– ), playwright, poet, fiction writer and critic.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Lawrence Darmani (1956– ), novelist, poet, playwright, inspirational writer Kofi Aidoo (1950– ), short story writer Mohammed Naseehu Ali, short story and non-fiction writer Kofi Anyidoho (1947– ), poet and academic[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Anthony Appiah (1954– ), philosopher, cultural theorist and novelist Ayertey Isaac, Pan-Africanist and author Ayi Kwei Armah (1939– ), novelist.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] T. Q. Armar (1915–2000 ), publisher and textbook writer Raphael Armattoe (1913–1953), poet.[Killam & Rowe] Bediako Asare, journalist and non-fictionwriter also connected with Tanzania Meshack Asare (1945– ), children's writer. Yaw Asare (1953–2002), dramatist and director.[81] Ayesha Harruna Attah, novelist.[82] Kofi Awoonor (1935– ), poet, novelist and critic.[Killam & Rowe] Mohammed Ben-Abdallah (1944 – ), playwright.[Killam & Rowe] J. Benibengor Blay (1915– ), popular novelist, playwright and poet.[Killam & Rowe] Yaw M. Boateng (1950– ), novelist and playwright.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] William Boyd (1952– ), novelist. Kwesi Brew (1928– ), poet.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Nana Brew-Hammond, journalist, poet, playwright and screenwriter.[83] Margaret Busby, publisher and dramatist.[84] Abena Busia (1953– ), poet and academic.[16][85] Akosua Busia (1966– ), actress, novelist and screenwriter. Jacobus Capitein (1717–1747), minister and writer on slavery.[Gikandi] Adelaide Smith Casely-Hayford (1868–1960 , short story writer and educator.[Gikandi] Gladys May Casely-Hayford (1901–1950), poet.[Gikandi] J.E. Casely-Hayford (1866–1930), politician and novelist.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Quobna Ottobah Cugoano (1757?–1801?), freed slave and autobiographer.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] J. B. Danquah (1895–1965), scholar, lawyer and politician.[Gikandi] Mabel Danquah (1910–1984), short story writer.[Gikandi] Amma Darko (1956– ), novelist. Joe de Graft (1924–1978), playwright and poet.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Michael Dei-Anang (1909–1977), poet, playwright and novelist.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Amu Djoleto (1929– ), novelist, poet and educator.[Gikandi] Cameron Duodu (1937– ), journalist, novelist and poet.[Killam & Rowe] Ferdinand Kwasi Fiawoo (1891–1969), playwright.[Killam & Rowe] Albert William Kayper-Mensah (1923– ), poet.[Gikandi] Asare Konadu (1932–1994), novelist.[Killam & Rowe] B. Kojo Laing (1946– ), novelist and poet.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Lesley Lokko, novelist and academic. Bill Okyere Marshall (1936– ), playwright and novelist.[Killam & Rowe] Kwame Nkrumah (1909–1972), politician and political theorist. (John) Atukwei Okai (1941– ), poet.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Martin Owusu (1943– ), playwright.[Killam & Rowe] Frank Kobina Parkes (1932–2005), poet.[Gikandi] Nii Ayikwei Parkes (1974– ), poet. Carl Christian Reindorf (1834–1917), pastor and historian. Kobina Sekyi (1892–1956), politician and writer.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Francis Selormey (1927–1988), novelist.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Efua Theodora Sutherland (1924–1996 ), playwright.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe] Asiedu Yirenkyi (1946– ), playwright.[Killam & Rowe] Mary Asabea Ashun (1968– ), novelist.[86] Sylvanus Bedzrah, novelist.

 
 

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