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English Department The Liberian Literature Project

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Works by Kona Khasu

  1. "The Emergence of Drama in the African Cultural Reconstruction." 1967. Towards the Study of Liberian Literature: An Anthology of Critical Essays on the Literature of Liberia. Ed. S. Henry Cordor. [Monrovia:] The Liberian Literature Studies Programme, 1972. 78-90. [Originally published in: Liberian Studies 1.1 (1967): 38-46.]
  2. The Seeds of Time: A Collection of Poems. Mimeographed typescript. Monrovia, 1971.
  3. Radio interview with Lee Nichols. Voice of America: "Conversations with African Writers" Series. 11 July 1975, Monrovia, Liberia. [Transcript published in: Nichols, Lee. Conversations with African Writers: Interviews with Twenty-Six African Authors. Washington, D.C.: Voice of America, 1981. 92-104.]
  4. "Blamadon: The Bud of Liberian Theatre." Interview with Carlos Martin. Liberia: Political, Economic and Social Monthly 23.4 (1976): 28-32.
  5. "Homage to Africa."Black and African Writing: A Festac Anthology. Ed. Theo Vincent. Lagos: The Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization, National Theatre, 1981. 153-154.
  6. "Kona Khasu's Shattered Dream."Interview with Carol Stocker. The Boston Globe (6 January 1987): 21.
  7. (as James Emmanuel Roberts) "A Partnership of Unequal Partners: Rebuilding Education Sector Governance in Post-Conflict Liberia." Partnership Paradox: The Post-Conflict Reconstruction of Liberia’s Education System. Eds. Christopher Talbot and Aleesha Taylor. New York: Open Society Foundations, 2015. 89-113.

Secondary Sources

  • Brambilla, Cristina. “Liberia.” Letterature dell’Africa. Ed. Cristina Brambilla. Milano: Jaca Book, 1994. 176-177.
  • Lee, Nichols. African Writers at the Microphone. Washington: Three Continents Press, 1984. [incl. short biography: 227-228.]
  • Ojo-Ade, Femi. “Liberia.” European-Language Writing in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ed. Albert S. Gérard. Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1986. 98-107.

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