Biography of Dzyadzorm


Dzyadzorm is a Ghanaian-Liberian poet who interrelates the written and spoken word in her work. Her content occasionally finds form in music. Dzyadzorm’s performative style is delicately textured with surreal pathos while passionately exploring themes of love, desire, geopolitics, gender and identity politics from a feminist perspective. She participated in Voyage of [Re]Discovery (2015), a group exhibition organized by Nubuke Foundation in Accra, Ghana.


Dzyadzorm [real name Vanessa Akua Medie] is an up and coming Ghanaian/Liberian spoken word artist who built her foundation in poetry after joining the People Of Equal Thoughts & Spirits [P.O.E.T.S] society in 2010 although she’s been writing since Junior Secondary School.


Having only started spoken word in April 2013, she hopes to play a huge role in building awareness towards the growing arts while creating a name for herself as an artist.


Dzyadzorm is a name from the Ewe tribe meaning “I’m Happy”

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