Poetry

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IN OUR MINDS

Fiction by Nunya-Nelike Apetsi In Our Minds She lay outstretched on the bed that should…
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WOMAN LOVE

Poetry by Grace Wood Woman Love The first woman I loved, Was a slumber party…
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WHAT IS A PARASITE

Poetry by Eamy Mireku What is a parasite? The roommate who only knows how to…
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S.O.S

Poetry by jamilah malika abu-bukare s.o.s hummingbirds and bats flicker in the twilight winged and fleeting…
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IN PURSUIT OF SOMETHING WHOLE

Poetry by Elizabeth Johnson PATTERNS The rain exposes the weakness that a building stands on. It…
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WILD, BLUE YONDER

Poetry by Benikranus Appaw Wild, Blue Yonder If we could all fly, where would we…
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SOMETHING IN THE WATER

Poetry by Sihle Ntuli Something in the Water there is something down there, biding its…
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SEEING ME

Poetry by Lemuel Nortey SEEING ME I become the walking idea Of what you love,…
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CAGED BEAUTY

Poetry by Wendy Appenteng Daniels CAGED BEAUTY (I see) beauty that refuses to unravel itself.…
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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.