Sunday, April 14, 2024

Padmore Agbemabiese

Dr. Padmore Enyonam Agbemabiese, a Howard Seely Scholar, is a renown Ghanaian poet and scholar who has received numerous awards for his poetry and scholarship. Recently, he was the recipient of the Nnamdi Azikiwe 2007 African Award for Journalism and Scholarship and Julius Nyerere 2007 African Award for Community Development. Currently, he lectures at The Ohio State University. As a bilingual poet, he has published in both English and Ewe, one of the Ghanaian languages. Some of his poems have been translated into Swahili, Chinese and Hindu languages. His Ewe titles include Senyee Wom Alea (1996) and Migblem Di Kpo (1996), while his English titles include The Smell of Exile (2008), Flames of Love, (2007), and Voyages (2003), With Guns and Roses (1999), Prophecy (1998). He has also published critical essays, short stories and poems in various magazines and journals including Essence Magazine, Come Into Our Whirl, African Weekender and Taj Mahal Review (India).