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A Review of The Journey’s End
On November 7, 2017 | 0 Comments |

By Isaiah Ayafor, PhD Professor of English Linguistics and Writing Montgomery College and University of Maryland University College. What a captivating African story The Journey’s End tells! And you don’t have to come from the English-speaking North West province of Cameroon to follow the protagonist, Akuma, throughout the plot from Momo Division to Yaounde and […]

Are Book Blurbs Helpful or Harmful?
On September 17, 2017 | 0 Comments |

By BILL MORRIS, February 15, 2011 Culled from The Millions 1. To blurb or not to blurb? This seemingly innocent question was put to me for the first time a couple of weeks ago when a paperback review copy of a non-fiction book arrived in my mailbox.  I knew it was coming.  The author, Earl Swift, is […]

The Widow’s Cross Enters 9mobile Prize for Literature Contest
On August 27, 2017 | 0 Comments |

Spears Media Press is proud to announce the submission of its first entry, The Widow’s Cross into the recently rebranded 9mobile Prize for Literature. Published in September 2016, The Widow’s Cross is Fort Hare sociologist, Ike Umejesi’s debut novel about the travails of a young mother in rural Nigeria. Recently widowed, Angelina Ibe, a smart, […]

10 books that have changed the world for the better
On December 10, 2016 | 0 Comments |

The list was compiled by Bath Spa University as part of a year-long project celebrating diversity and equality across history and in the literary sphere Clarisse Loughrey | @clarisselou If the world needed anything more as of now, it’s tolerance. Thus, this year’s celebrations of the UN’s International Tolerance Day feel achingly needed, in whatever form […]

Boundless Launches in Bamenda
On April 1, 2016 | 0 Comments |

On March 4, the literary community in Bamenda and across Cameroon joined Ms Kefen Budji to celebrate the launch of her… Posted by Spears Media on Monday, March 28, 2016   Boundless LaunchA selection of photos from the Book Launch of Kefen Budji’s novel, “Boundless” in Bamenda, Cameroon. Posted by Spears Media on Monday, March 28, […]

An Appraisal of Boundless
On March 7, 2016 | 0 Comments |

BOUNDLESS BY KEFEN BUDJI: AN APPRAISAL By  Valentine Nfon Tameh Literary enthusiast The human being has always been at crossroads of sorts. Pristine man living and asserting his identity in pristine society soon invariably had to make do with contact and ensuing conflict, by virtue of the simple logic of coming into contact, living, acting and […]

A Taste of Africa
On December 18, 2015 | 0 Comments |

The long-awaited cookbook, A Taste of Africa: Fusion of Food, Wellness and Family, is finally out. Click here to order your copy!    

A review of Kefen Budji’s novel, Boundless
On October 17, 2015 | 0 Comments |

Kefen Budji – (April 2015). Boundless. Spears Media Press, 254 Pages – Available on Amazon.com By Innocent Chia; Twitter: @innochia In and beyond the trench lines of the battlefield of colonialism, where people were killed with bullets from guns and poisonous spearheads and bows and arrows, were unfolding parallel narratives of love and heartaches, of life […]

BCA-USA MIRROR 2015
On May 24, 2015 | 0 Comments |

We’re pleased to announce the publication of the BCA-USA Mirror, an Annual publication of the Bali Cultural Association USA. Now on Sale at the Annual Convention in Houston, TX

History Matters New Series on the Social and Political History of the Cameroons
On May 22, 2015 | 0 Comments |

We are delighted to launch a new series on the social and political History of the Cameroons, focusing especially on the two regions formerly known as the Southern Cameroons. This series will feature important works on the social, economic and political developments that shaped the historical trajectories of the British Trust territory that eventually united with La […]