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We found the program easy to use and highly effective for organizing and managing several shortcuts. But Eyob has proved himself as a good writer even in English having written a book called "Behind Invisible Bars" that won one of the editions of the Burt Award for African Literature sponsored by the Canadian born Burt Foundation. He was ranked second in the competition and for all I know he is still one of the short listed candidates for this year's edition that will be held shortly.

Eyob's artistic literary works do not stop here because he is also a painter using mainly pencil. Hence one would say he is a versatile personality both as writer and artist. We will talk to Eyob not only about what he has achieved so far but also about his current activities and his future plans.

Eyob, thank you for your willingness for this interview. Could you first of all introduce yourself a bit more to our readers in your own words?

Many especially those who have read your famous book may like to know more about who you are and how you acquired the skills to write all those nice and attractive stories that have captivated readers. Where were you born and which schools did you attend and how did you join the world of writers? How did it all happen? Well, thank you for having me as your guest. If I have to talk about my origin and the early days of my life, I was born and raised here in Addis Ababa.

My father was given a house in the compound. I attended my elementary education in three different schools.

My first acquaintance with literature or anything to be read dates back to an early age of ten. I remember it was a teenager girl by the name Zelekash living in a family in our neighbourhood that used to narrate books to my grandmother. My grandmother sometimes made me sit and listen to her although I usually did not understand what was being narrated as most of the books were written for adults. But one day she was narrating to my grandmother the Amharic version of Arabian Nights and I really enjoyed listening to the stories in the book.

Zelekash left the book at our home and went to her house that afternoon to continue narrating the book the next day.

I couldn't wait until she came the next day. I picked up the book as soon as she left. I read it all and enjoyed it immensely. That was when I realized that there is an amazing and infinite world in books and there were so many nice and thrilling stories that would capture my attention and then led me to being practically a bookworm.

It was then that I began with the habit of reading and continued with it through the years. And of course one cannot write books before being himself or herself a reader of books. In fact, I have heard the saying that 'no one can be a good writer unless first they have the passion to read and appreciate the works of others. I do, and I insist if one begins with the habit of reading at an early age, it then becomes a part of you and you never abandon that habit. You build on it and have the chance to bear wonderful fruits.

Yes, I guess the problem with our reading habits nowadays has something to do with our parents' or guardians' negligence in not showing the kids the literary way, so to say. Nowadays unfortunately families are more oriented to handing a DVD of films or some smart mobile phone to kids as gifts and these would not even have the time to be acquainted with books, let alone be attracted to them and develop the habit of reading.

I am insisting on this point because you raised it albeit indirectly, and that early beginnings are the base for what may come in the future. In Amharic there is a saying 'Yemiategib injera kemitadu yastawukal' or roughly, you can find out about your future today, seeing what you have in store as a beginning.

The sooner you begin the better; you have the chances of getting it more and more developed and elevate the standard, improve it and get it to perfection.

You begin to read books at an early age, you begin to appreciate how books are written and how stories are told and then you make your own mark, you follow your own style but you have to be inspired by someone, somewhere. I remember when Professor Haile Gerima the famous Ethiopian-American film maker was asked how he was attracted to filming and writing scripts for films, he referred to his father who used to tell stories to the family and kids in the neighbourhood and that he picked that up from him.

Eyob your beginning is more or less similar to that.

So what happened then? When I was a seventh grader, I had a classmate named Fasil. We read lots of fiction whenever we had free time. One day Fasil plucked out a piece of paper from the middle of his exercise book and wrote a short story. I was very much thrilled to read a story written by my friend.

Encouraged by my friend's courage, I started writing my own story. Mine became a long story.

My classmates loved the story and the exercise book on which I was writing the story rarely spent the night with me. My classmates queued up to take it to their homes and read it. Because of this little achievement I began to dream to become a writer. I was 12 by then. I have known you for several years and I know that you have always had a special inclination for arts. You are also a kind of amateur painter, am I right? Tell me more about your interests in this area.

Well here again, I was interested in art ever since I was a small kid. I used to draw and was good at it, I should modestly add.

I took a one year drawing and painting course so that I could improve my skills and build up on whatever I had inside me and I continued to draw sketches and paint. But unfortunately nowadays I don't have much time to draw and paint. I enjoy visiting art exhibitions whenever I have time to do so.

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Forestry was my number one choice for I wanted to have a profession that would keep me close to nature to admire, protect, conserve and to rehabilitate it.

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Unless you have time to read through the tutorial, it will end up being just another item on your to-do list. The interface is fairly easy to understand right away with your media, transitions, animations, and effects on the left side, the work area what they call the canvas on the right, and a video timeline on the bottom.

In most alarm programs, this is simply a matter of browsing to the sound file that you want to use.

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The new icons were nice enough — not really dramatically different from the stock set — but wilder and stranger variations are available online. The interface is a somewhat boring gray box divided into nine smaller boxes, each of which contains a letter.I took a one year drawing and painting course so that I could improve my skills and build up on whatever I had inside me and I continued to draw sketches and paint.

One day Fasil plucked out a piece of paper from the middle of his exercise book and wrote a short story. And that was the objective of the competition.

It is a story that can easily appeal to the emotions of any one who may have had some sort of experience with the harsh realities of poverty and those of being infected or affected by HIV and AIDS.

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