Welcome to the Gamwriters' website
This website has been built up to address the ardent need to promote writers and researchers on Gambian related works. The featured works shall not be limited to those publishesd by Gambians alone but shall attempt to collect and share as much work on the Gambia as possible. We urge those who have any contribution to inbox us at email@example.com. All works shall be reviewed first before they are published on our pages.
We thank all those who continue to make this venture possible.We hope our modest contribution in documenting works on Gambia will help scholars and researchers as they surf through these pages.
Cherno Omar Barry, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
PS: PLEASE DO REFER TO WWW.WAG.GM FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF THE GAMBIA.
Territory, Myth, Representation in Gambian Literature A Geocritical Approach (210p) by Dr Pierre Gomez
Tuesday, December 02, 2014
This is the first ever published critical contribution to the study of Gambian literature. Focus is not made on the history of this literature –...
NATION AND NATIONALISM IN GAMBIAN LITERATURE - Nation, Francophone, Anglophone (217p) by Dr Pierre Gomez
Tuesday, December 02, 2014
This work explores nationality feeling in Gambia literature of English expression. It is a crucial issue, in that it is, in the literary space, a...
THE EMERGENCE OF GAMBIAN LITERATURE - A review by Mrs Juliette Lawson
Monday, October 06, 2014
LAUNCHING OF VIDEO DOCUMENTARY:THE EMERGENCE OF GAMBIAN LITERATURE Reviewed by Mrs Juliette C. Lawson Lecturer, English Department ...
INNOCENT QUESTIONS A collection of poems - Dr Momodou Sallah
Friday, August 09, 2013
“ "Sallah sees all power struggles in a uniform and constant parallel.... In a world of concentrated wealth and mass poverty... He is concerned above...
Summoned from the Margin Homecoming of an African by Lamin Sanneh
Monday, January 28, 2013
Summoned from the Margin tells the story of Lamin Sanneh's fascinating journey from his upbringing in an impoverished village in West Africa to...
One man's battle to save his daughter from female circumcision This book is an autobiographical account of one man’s struggle to save his daughter...
Can an old dog learn new tricks? In the case of Max the Cat, the “old dog” is actually an old politician, who has strayed over the years from the...
Kaabu and Kansala - the story
Futa Jallon - Kansala
History of Kombo
Emergence of Gambian Literature
Edward Francis Small story
Interview Mr Mbye DG National Library p2
Interview Lenrie Peters
Sabally's inspiration to write Jangi Jollof
Dr Momodou Sallah's lecture
World Book and Copyright Day with WAG
Launching Baba G Jallow's The Graveyard cannot pray