ONE of the editors of the newly launched book about Solomon Islands Boarding School Experiences Dr. Kabini Sanga says he wants to see more writers in the next edition.
The next edition will be focusing on village lives setting that will be more interesting for people to read about how black people are doing with life.
“This is the first edition of this idea and I want see more writers writing for the next edition,” Dr Sanga said.
Associate Professor Kabini Sanga returend from Victoria University, New Zealand and joined his other two colleagues Stanley Houma of Waikato University in New Zealand and Ms. Roselyn Maneipuri of SINU to witness the launching of the very interesting book this week.
“This is an interesting initiative and hopefully, we will do more interesting stories in the next edition.
“It is an idea that preserves some interesting stories for the next future generations,” Dr Sanga added.
“It encourages our teacher trainees who undertaking Bachelor in English at the Solomon Islands National University, School of Education to extend their capacity of writing essay and poems and at the same time preserve something for the future generations.”
He thanked those writers who have contributed to the first education and encouraged them to write more in the next publication.
By LESLEY SANGA