Is the struggle worth it? Yes, always.
03 NOVEMBER 2020
PORT MORESBY – During one of our meetings to prepare for our much hoped for presentation to prime minister James Marape, writer Caroline Evari’s two young children joined us.
I don’t know what they thought of their mother, Betty Wakia and I working on our letter to Mr Marape but, when they grow up, I believe they will know their mother was doing this for them and thousands of others like them in Papua New Guinea.
I have spent some months away from home working on this project to put our home-grown literature somewhere near the front and centre of our Papua New Guinean culture.
Over that time I know my family have missed me. My grandson Clinton will be three months old when I see him for the first time.
Two of my children did their Grade 12 national examinations while I have been…
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