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Where to Now?

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»They all seemed to wear dreadlocks, these slammers, as if they were some kind of badge of honour signifying a rite of passage into the charmed world of wordsmiths where exotic words like alliteration, consonance and assonance were glibly dropped. For X, the locks were not just hair; they were a performance tool.«
from The Poetry Slammer in Where to Now?
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Nyevero Muza

Nyevero, married with two children, is a banker by profession. He runs a financial advisory firm he co-founded in Harare and doubles as a financial columnist with a local daily newspaper. Omen holds a banking Diploma and an MBA. He has had several stories published online. As well as writing in his spare time he plays guitar.
amaBooks writings by Nyevero Muza

Short Story: The Poetry Slammer in Where to Now?