The line was long and winding with no sense of which traveler was next. Some had defied the carry-on luggage requirements and this defiance was spread haphazardly around them. Ahead of me were two men, hands and faces a few shades darker than mine who kept eyeing me suspiciously as if questioning my presence in … Continue reading Excerpt from Memoir (“Arrivals Hall at Kotoka”)
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I miss Ghana. Everyday! Moments like these-- hearing other African writers read about the continent-- take me back and make me miss it more.