Cate Wananda’s New Book ‘The Drumbeat’ is a Compelling Collection of Poetry That Opens Doors to the African Culture and How Music is One of Their Language

Cate Wananda, a witty and magnificent writer, has completed her most recent book “The Drumbeat”: a wondrous literary work that displays the loud, vibrant, and rich culture that livens the African people.
Cate writes, “The title ‘Drumbeat’ is rooted in the African culture of using the drum as a voice and a means of communication. Drums are among the most important percussion instruments in African culture, and the sound of the drum, the time it is played, and the rhythm played will vary according to the occasion. The rhythm of the drumbeat is meant to reach and move the entire community. Songs accompanying the drumbeat are usually composed in simple language, understandable, and even familiar to the community. This collection has drawn its character from the drumbeat, both in rhythm and the ability to resonate and address complex matters in a simple, familiar language.”
Published by Fulton Books, Wananda’s book consists of heartfelt and thought-provoking pieces that allow readers to understand how African people send their message to one another through the beat of a drum.
Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase “The Drumbeat” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books