Hiraeth-Erzolirzoli: Wales Cameroon anthology 2018: Many of the best and brightest writing talents from two countries - Wales and Cameroon - are brought together in this unique book. The editor, Eric Ngalle Charles, is a Cameroon-born, Wales-based poet, playwright, and performer. This anthology is part of his Creative Wales project (funded by Arts Council Wales) on Memory, Migration, and Trauma. He became a writer in Wales, and only recently made return visits to Cameroon to develop collaborations with writers there. In all, 36 writers from the two countries are represented in this collection. Most of their poems and stories appear here for the first time. Eric's introduction knits together his childhood memories, his life as a migrant, and what the various writers in this collection mean to him. Hafan Books

I, ERIC NGALLE, Parthian Books 2019. One man’s journey, crossing continents from Africa to Europe. Autobiography

The 3 Molas, Carreg Gwalch 2020: ‘’Bridge-building is mentioned more than once in this collection, so these poems, produced on a two-week visit to the divided country of Cameroon, can be seen as struts and stanchions, beams and abutments.  They all help create an architecture of understanding, a remarkably tensile way of linking two disparate countries.’’ Jon Gower

(4) Homelands: Seren Books 2022:
In Homelands, his debut collection, Eric Ngalle Charles draws on his early life raised by the matriarchs of Cameroon, being sent to Moscow by human traffickers, and finding a new home in Wales. Rich in tone, subject, and emotion, Charles’ poetry moves between the present and the past, between Africa and Europe, and between despair and hope.