It Wasn’t Exactly Love: Stories from the 2012 Farafina Trust Creative Writing Workshop

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Stories from the 2012 Farafina Trust Creative Writing Workshop

 

A selection of participants from the 2012 Farafina Trust Creative Writing Workshop come together in this delightful collection of 13 stories that tell of humans and human relationships.

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A selection of participants from the 2012 Farafina Trust Creative Writing Workshop come together in this delightful collection of 13 stories that tell of humans and human relationships.

Be Happy chronicles a woman’s journey to contentment in a marriage she has settled for. An adolescent is faced with a shocking reality while attending a Catholic boys’ school in A Taste of It. In An Autodidact’s Guide to Sex-Ed a woman contemplates the right time to introduce her children to sex. Domestic violence is explored in You Take Me for a Goat. Ladies Night tells of the escapades of a middle-aged married man in the city of Accra.

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Farafina Trust is a non-profit organization established to promote reading, writing, a culture of social introspection and engagement with society through the literary arts.
We believe that development is not possible without a coherent knowledge of how our societies work. Literature and the arts can help deepen this understanding.

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