Gerry Sikazwe, Words That Matter

Gerry Sikazwe’s poetry collection “Words That Matter” out now.

Gerry Sikazwe’s poetry collection Words That Matter was published by Mwanaka Media and Publishing on March 31, 2019.

Gerry Sikazwe is a poet whose work has been featured in publications like Nthanda Review,, Dissident Voice, Scarlet Leaf Review, The Global Zambian Magazine, Times of Zambia (Sunday Edition), and He is also a founding editor of New Ink Review, a Zambian based online literary journal which was founded to enhance coverage of the Zambian literary scene, and also to contribute Zambian creative writings to the wide world of literature.

The Zambian has a new poetry collection Words That Matter with the following blurb;

Words That Matter attempts to spark conversation around social issues that are often neglected either for their lack of beauty or sheer rigidity. These issues are mainly cultural and political. It further seeks to community hope in its purest form, unfailing and evermore willingly to rewrite situations brightly however dark initially. Find thusly sarcasm and humour, folly and wisdom, discord and harmony, and death and life, all interwoven in revealing just how sound existence can be (or should be henceforth). Above all, get lost and find new paths in these verses!

You can get a copy of the book here. You can also get a copy at Amazon here.



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One response to “Gerry Sikazwe’s poetry collection “Words That Matter” out now.”

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