30.11.22 Author Talk in Canberra at Gungahlin Library

26.11.22 Book Fair Australia

12.11.22 Author Talk at Goulburn Mulwaree Library

05.10.22 I am looking forward to facilitating a 'Travel Poetry' writing workshop on the Poetry on the Move 2022 Festival theme of 'Lyrical Manoeuvres - a major initiative of the Centre for Creative and Cultural Research at the University of Canberra.

10.09.22 A culturally rich, satisfying and thought provoking Magazine interview: Appropriated Appellations, Cultural Fluidity, and Perpetual Dis-Location: an Interview with Andrew Moss Pt I & II and review of Nicked Names in 'I was just thinking...' tolitasmusings.

20.08.22 Name Dropping Alert: Nicked Names at the National Gallery of Australia.

20.08.22 It is a pleasure to represent Mother Tongue Multilingual Poetry at the Red Room Poetry ACT Poetry Month Showcase at the National Gallery of Australia.

11.08.22 Nicked Names, featured on Paperback Writer podcast with an interview


13.07.22 Making local headlines.


A journey to Radioland 107.1 in the Southern Highlands from the Southern Tablelands, via the Kwahu escarpment, Dunstable Downs and Chiltern Hills. I read an excerpt from my debut novella 'nicked Names', available for purchase at all good bookshops, online and street side, from 16.7.22. In addition, I read some poems inspired by music. stay tuned for the episode when it comes out!


Thrilled to be featured in Southern Tablelands Arts wonderful Stories from the Studio. The video includes a sneak preview of my debut novella 'Nicked Names' out later this month!


It was an absolute pleasure to perform 'Twi Phone-ology', 'MLE' and 'Naming Ceremony' at this inspiring event.


I'm really looking forward to presenting an Afrofuturistic speculative poetry at the wonderful Spring Writes Literary Festival 2022 in New York and online.


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Absolutely chuffed to receive a Rhysling Award nomination for my Afrofuturistic speculative poem 'Nyankopoxyican Breath of Fresh Air'.


I'm delighted to have poems featured in this international anthology.


It is honour to be nominated by the magazine Decolonial Passage for a Pushcart Prize.


It 's a lovely surprise that my poem 'Healing Tree' has been shortlisted for the POEM FOREST. More importantly, a tree is being planted for every poem received.


I am excited to read at the Nombono Anthology launch event, organised by Sundress Publications.


I am really looking forward to sharing ideas about 'The Language of Identity' at this innovative international event.



October 21, 2021 @ 5:30 PM ET/USA- ZOOM ID: 794 5002 7512 Passcode: 1qxFvk

Andrew Geoffrey Kwabena Moss is an Anglo-Ghanaian writer who specializes in Anansesem, the storytelling tradition of the Akan-speaking people of West Africa.

Andrew is a writer and teacher who has lived in the UK, Japan and currently, Australia. His work seeks to explore and challenge liminal landscapes, complex identities and the social constructs of race. Most recently, Andrew’s poem, Ecology of Healing is featured in Poetry for the Planet and The Best New British and Irish Poets Anthology 2019-2021 by The Black Spring Press Group. He has also been published by Afropean, People in Harmony, Fly on the Wall Press, and Sound the Abeng: Writing Black, Aboriginal & Indigenous Lives (https://www.soundtheabengmarvamcclean.com)

STRONG IN THE BROKEN PLACES is a writing collaborative that stretches across the globe, scripting a narrative with literary warriors who are intentional in writing truth into history, in exposing the ugly truths of social injustice while at the same time offering up the healing power of words. Writers speak from the intimate chambers of their soul to reveal the redemptive power of storytelling and community through words designed to inspire, entertain, and provoke thoughtful responses.


Announced: Twi Phone-ology Nominated for the Best of the Net Award

I am thrilled to announce that the GLR Review has nominated my poem 'Twi Phone-ology' for the Best of the Net Awards 2021 by Sundress Publications, click here .

'In The Hope of a New Dawn' consolidation of all Poems.pdf


I look forward to presenting my poem 'Fly a New Flag' at a Poem Recitation Webinar: IN THE HOPE OF A NEW DAWN, hosted by the Centre for Critical Reflection at Jain University, Bangalore, India.


It is a pleasure to announce that I have started a project with the wonderful Dinosaur Books Ltd on a Young Adult Fiction work set to be published in early 2023.



I am over the moon that Sundress will be publishing "Nyankopoxyican Breath of Fresh Air"-- for the forthcoming anthology, NOMBONO: An Anthology of Speculative Poetry by BIPOC Creators.



I have written an article 'The Middle Passage & The Black Atlantic Re-Imagined' that investigates the role of Afrofuturism in galvanizing calls for slavery ocean memorials.

Published in 'Sound the Abeng! - Writing Black, Aboriginal & Indigenous Lives, Summer Issue 2021, Volume 2 #3



'This is the Drum', a poem based on the Akan Drum, the oldest African-American object in the British Museum and possibly the oldest surviving anywhere.



I am really looking forward to taking part in this international online poetry event organised by the marvellous Marva McClean.


I am pleased to have three Afrofuturist poems published in Rigorous Magazine.



I am excited to be working with my local library on 'Inking Imagination' - a Creative Writing Program designed for budding authors aged 10-15. The 10-week program aims to provide participants with the opportunity to develop their creative writing skills across a range of purposes, genres and audiences. At the end of a term, participants will showcase their acquired knowledge in a published digital anthology. To make a booking, visit https://www.trybooking.com/BRTKM


Announced: Andrew Geoffrey Kwabena Moss To Be Published By The Black Spring Press Group

I am very pleased to be able to share the announcement of my publishing deal with The Black Spring Press Group. To read the full announcement, click here .


Contact the Poor Yorick team for a Microsoft Teams invitation (link below).

This event is brought to you by the editorial team at Poor Yorick: A Journal of Rediscovery, which is the online literary publication of Western Connecticut State University’s M.F.A. Program. The journal publishes poems, stories, essays, photo essays, and other innovative works about rediscovery, the lost and the found – what we bury, and what we dig up. The editor will be on hand at the open mic to talk submissions, too; if this sounds like your kind of publication, contact them!

Join in on the series via https://www.facebook.com/events/305555147824049/ on Thursday, 27 May 2021 from 19:00-21:00 EDT