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Writing in Africa - The Adlam Alphabet

In the late 1980s, two Guinean teenage brothers, Ibrahima and Abdoulaye Barry, devised a new alphabet to represent their Fulani language, spoken by about 24 million people in the Sahel Region in Western Africa. 369 more words

The three buckets

Note: This post is one of a bunch I’ll be writing on the writing process itself. These posts will feature systems I’ve picked up or developed myself to research, structure, and edit my writing. 296 more words

Creativity

Writing in Africa - the Nsibidi script

Tucked away in the region of southeast Nigeria lies the birthplace of a writing system used to document the Igbo, Ekoid and Efik languages. This is the Nsibidi script, in which thousands of symbols are found across various items like pottery, wall designs and leaves. 580 more words

1 sentence, 1 paragraph, 1 page

Note: This post is one of a bunch I’ll be writing on the writing process itself. These posts will feature systems I’ve picked up or developed myself to research, structure, and edit my writing. 200 more words

Creativity

The note card system

Note: This post is one of a bunch I’ll be writing on the writing process itself. These posts will feature systems I’ve picked up or developed myself to research, structure, and edit my writing. 348 more words

Creativity

The commonplace book

Note: This post is one of a bunch I’ll be writing on the writing process itself. These posts will feature systems I’ve picked up or developed myself to research, structure, and edit my writing. 414 more words

Self-improvement

The Writing System

Have you realized that the English writing system has 4 different “alphabets?” Not only are there the standard vs. cursive systems, but the difference between… 688 more words

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