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Ebony Dust is a collection of poems by one of West Africa’s outstanding poets. The collection is divided into three sections, namely: African Scene, American Scene and Various Scenes. These sections fall in line with the author’s experiences and travels within Africa, in Europe and America.
Ebony Dust is more than a collection of poems. It is one of the numerous media of expressions coming from emerging Africa.
Bai Tamia Johnson Moore (October 12, 1916 – January 10, 1988), commonly known by his pen name Bai T. Moore, was a Liberian poet, novelist, folklorist and essayist.
He held various cultural, educational and tourism posts both for the Liberian government and for UNESCO. He was the founder of Liberia's National Cultural Center. He is best known for his novella Murder in the Cassava Patch (1968), the tale of a crime passionnel in a traditional Liberian setting. It became such a classic in Liberian literature that it is still taught in high schools.