Fiction

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Parkour

Fiction by Elfreda Tetteh 1 On the day that Johnson falls, he is thinking of…
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A Written Misconception

Fiction by Nana Yaa Osei Every day that I don’t write is laced with an…
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Mozart Park

Fiction by Amoafoa-Smart You can barely see the lines on the basketball court at Mozart…
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Tick Tock

Fiction by Mayfair Maclean It was 5:15 pm in Accra, the sun was setting and…
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“MOVING CAR” [TWI]

Fiction by Amma Konadu Anarfi Mama, Nneɛma pii yɛ me anika wɔ wiase ha. Biribi…
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Kerosene

Fiction by Kadi Yao Tay Huff, huff, huff. Itoh panted as she squatted to catch…
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The Visitor

Fiction by Elizabeth Johnson The gate was no longer brown as he had described it,…
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Magic

Fiction by Amoafoa Smart “Do you want to see magic?” We were in the playground.…
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Abrewa Bottom

Fiction by Korkor Kanor A square of toilet tissue used to be all it took…
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About Tampered Press

Tampered press started out as a conversation on creating more platform and visibility for writers and visual artists in Ghana and Africa. While blackness has become more noticeable now than in the past, and more space is gradually being created at the table 

black as an identity is heavily nuanced and has to be dissected and carefully documented. African artists in particular have fewer platforms. Our experiences, mannerisms and culture often have similarities, but our style, design, creation and content are different.