The 360 Degree Heart is a lighthearted but enlightening love story told through poetry and dialogues. If you've ever been in love, you will find something to relate to in the profound meanings which lie beneath the text.
The story is based on 360 degrees or a full circle. Love comes, love progresses, the fire burns out, love dies, new love begins and so the cycle begins again. It is an inevitable but enriching part of life. Relive the enchantment and find yourself encapsulated by the rhythm of each verse.
The 360 Degree Heart is available on Amazon.
Expressions of Humanity is a collection of poetry and descriptive accounts about people and for people. Our lives are a result of the way we interact with each other. Our common needs, emotions and thought patterns make us human.
This is an autobiographical look at different characters, society, and encounters with fellow human beings. The book speaks of what we are capable of and the problems we face without neglecting to commend our inherent beauty.
Expressions of Humanity is available on Amazon.
Black Communion is an authentic representation of independent voices united by African values and traditions; whose writings are rich in philosophy, romanticise an eternal love for Africa, lash out at the crop of failed leaders and followers, diagnose the key to the prosperity of the black race, and praise those who did Africa and the world proud. With contributors from eight African countries, the anthology is rich with fine and diverse poetry. Black Communion proves that negritude is tigritude. Negritude is the celebration of black, black pride, black beauty, Africa and African cultural heritage.
The poem "Where is African History?" by Maja Dezulovic is featured in the anthology.
Black Communion is available on Amazon.
Good, bad, ugly and illuminating—everyone has an opinion on race. As biracial people continue trending, the discussion is no longer about a singular topic, but is more like playing a game of multi-level chess. The anthology, Being Biracial: Where Our Secret Worlds Collide, cites the experiences of twenty-four mixed-race authors and those in interracial partnerships of all ages and backgrounds, from all over the world. It blends positivity, negativity, humor, pathos and realism in an enlightening exploration of what it means to be more than one ethnicity.
Maja's essay "The Process of Killing Preconceived Ideas About Who We Are" is included in the anthology and has been mentioned in several reviews of the book, including one featured on The Huffington Post.
Being Biracial: Where Our Secret Worlds Collide is available on Amazon.