Meet One Moore Bookstore’s new tutor, Queta S. Nahn. Queta graduated from the AME Zion University with a BSC in Sociology and Public Administration. She’s previously worked with the Renew Energy Serving Humanity (RESH) in collaboration with UNICEF, and was a social worker doing the Ebola crisis of 2014. She is currently a Teach For Liberia fellow. One Moore Bookstore is her first assignment.
A former One Moore Book Fellow, Saah is a Liberian-based writer who now blogs for One Moore Book. Saah Millimono is the author of the novel BOY, INTERRUPTED, which received 2nd Place for the Kwani Manuscript Project, a one-off writing prize for African writers across the continent and in the Diaspora. Currently, he is a second year student at the African Methodist Episcopal University in Monrovia and works as fiction writer for the Liberian Observer Corporation, publisher of
In partnership with the Discovering Global Citizenship initiative at Texas Christian University, we were able to produce a Kreyòl translation of Edwidge Danticat's The Last Mapou, which was published by One Moore Book in 2013. Dènye Pye Mapou A was edited by Michel DeGraff and Jacques Pierre, two extraordinary Haitian creolists, and will be distributed to 1,000 students in Haiti through TCU. We're inspired by the work of linguists like DeGraff and Pierre, and always honored