Stones for My Father: Second Boer War remembered2012-04-04 The scenes in the concentration camp are brutal and realistic. The smells of putrefaction and starvation seep through the page and Trilby Kent shows that she has done her research well.
Yewande Omotoso, author of Bom Boy, in conversation with Janet van Eeden2012-03-12 "I loved Omotoso’s flirtation with magic realism in some parts of the story and I look forward to more of this from her in the future. Her skill lies in the subtlety of her character creations. Omotoso is definitely an author to watch."
Somewhere on the Border - an inter-review2012-02-22 Anthony Akerman, playwright, in conversation with Janet van Eeden, about the republication of his play Somewhere on the Border
AE Ballakisten in conversation with Janet van Eeden2012-02-15 Janet van Eeden talks to AE Ballakisten about his new collection of poetry, Talking to a Tree, Poems of a Fragile World
Gallows Hill not a match for Daddy's Girl2012-01-26 Gallows Hill is the fourth novel in the Clare Hart series, which has made Margie Orford one of this country’s most successful crime novelists.
Best reads of the year 20112012-01-18 Janet van Eeden picks the ten most memorable books that made an appearance on her bedside table last year
McIntosh Polela in conversation with Janet van Eeden about his memoir My Father, My Monster2012-01-18 Janet van Eeden reads My Father, My Monster and speaks to author McIntosh Polela about the past, the present and his future literary projects
Joanne Hichens, author of Divine Justice, in conversation with Janet van Eeden2011-12-08 In Divine Justice, Hichens leaps solo into a story of bizarre characters, tensely twisted plots, chilling hatred and a denouement to die for.
A Shot at the Big Time2011-12-07 Award-winning film-maker and journalist Janet van Eeden has launched a crowd-sourcing campaign for her film A Shot at the Big Time, inspired by the story of her brother, Jimmy, who took his own life rather than fight in the apartheid Border War, a war ...
Nashen Moodley joins the Sydney Film Festival2011-12-01 Nashen Moodley joins Sydney Film Festival at a time of great strength and growth.
Book snaps for Christmas Shopping2011-11-24 A pile of books landed on my desk recently which would fall into the category of good reads and great Christmas presents. I’ve done a quick snapshot of each one to whet your appetite for the Christmas shopping season.
Resident Alien told you so2011-11-24
“Stranded without hope” deur JP Jansen van Vuuren2011-11-09 My heart is stronger than yours
Bigger than yours
pumps up more blood than yours
harder than yours
feeling more emotion than yours
feeling it more than yours!
Phillippa Yaa de Villiers on her experience of Poetry Africa2011-11-09 What did being invited to Poetry Africa mean to you?
It was a great honour and an opportunity to share ideas with brilliant minds from around the world.