Information about the latest books and the people behind them
Annie Gagiano on African texts.
A nice thing about Sound Poetry is that it can stimulate the imagination of each individual listener in a different way, as they are freed from the “dictatorship” of the words.
Janet van Eeden reads My Father, My Monster and speaks to author McIntosh Polela about the past, the present and his future literary projects
Kwela Books recently published the much acclaimed The Lazarus Effect by HJ Golakai and you could be the winner of your very own copy!
"Beukes’s painstaking historical research delivers up authentic, yet slightly clichéd renderings of the eras she chooses to highlight – from the grunge-era 1990s, to the paranoid spectre of McCarthyism in the mid-1950s, to the politically disenchanted Nixon-era ‘70s, and so on."
Elzette Steenkamp chats to Rachel Zadok (author of Sister Sister) about science and speculative fiction.
Jonathan Amid reads Ivan Vladislavic's latest offering and comes to the conclusion that it is all but unmissable.