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African Library: Caught in the storm

Annie Gagiano 2011-07-01 Seydou Badian wrote the text under discussion in this issue of The African Library in 1954 – when his country, Mali, was still known as French Sudan – and composed it in French, the language of his colonial education.

Mike van Graan in conversation with Janet van Eeden on becoming Artscape's Associate Playwright

Mike van Graan, Janet van Eeden 2011-06-30 Press release: “Artscape, one of the most productive theatre centres in the country, has announced an innovative partnership with award-winning playwright Mike van Graan that will see the Artscape Theatre Centre staging at least one of the ...

Mike van Graan in conversation with Janet van Eeden on becoming Artscape's Associate Playwright

Mike van Graan, Janet van Eeden 2011-06-30 Press release: “Artscape, one of the most productive theatre centres in the country, has announced an innovative partnership with award-winning playwright Mike van Graan that will see the Artscape Theatre Centre staging at least one of the ...

James Whyle, winner of the PEN/Studzinski Award of 2011, in conversation with Janet van Eeden

Janet van Eeden 2011-05-25 Review by Janet van Eeden James Whyle’s award-winning short story is quite simply titled “The Story”. The title pre-empts the style of the narrative, which is written with a bald matter-of-factness with a ...

African Library: The Sinners

Annie Gagiano 2011-04-26 Yusuf Idris is considered one of the great authors – particularly as a short story writer – in the Arabic literary world.

Andie Miller talks to Janet van Eeden about her anthology Slow Motion: stories about walking

Janet van Eeden, Janet van Eeden, Andie Miller 2010-10-29 Title: Slow Motion: stories about walkingAuthor: Andie Miller Publisher: JacanaDate of publication: 2010 ISBN: 97817700987010Click here to order Slow Motion from Kalahari.net! Short review by JvE Andie Miller’s collection of stories ...

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Shaida Ali, author of Not a Fairy Tale, in conversation with Naomi Bruwer

Naomi Bruwer, Naomi Bruwer, Shaida Ali 2010-10-07 Title: Not a Fairy Tale Author: Shaida Kazi Ali Publisher: Umuzi ISBN: 9781415201121 Order Not a Fairy Tale from Kalahari.net. Not a Fairytale | Fiction Shaida Kazi Ali Not a Fairytale is a wonderful, unusual book set in an Indian ...

Andie Miller in conversation with Karabo Kgoleng, presenter of Afternoon Talk and Literature

Andie Miller, Andie Miller 2010-09-22 We’re sitting under the oaks outside the coffee shop, and it’s a beautiful evening. Karabo Kgoleng has come from two hours of Afternoon Talk and is recharging her battery with a bottle of sparkling water. I order a cappuccino. When she ...

Die ''nuwe'' NALN: Naomi Bruwer gesels met Gert Opperman

Naomi Bruwer, Gert Opperman 2010-08-26 Die hernuwing van NALN - die Afrikaanse Museum en Navorsingsentrum - is vroeër vanjaar afgeskop met die aankondiging dat die Erfenisstigting aktief betrokke raak om te verseker dat NALN se eertydse glorie herwin word. Naomi Bruwer het met ...

The poet Phillippa Yaa de Villiers talks about her new collection, The Everyday Wife, with Janet van Eeden

Janet van Eeden, Phillippa Yaa De Villiers 2010-06-03 Phillippa Yaa de Villiers’s approach to her work is summed up by the first poem in her new collection of poetry, The Everyday Wife:

Words become me …
Without them I am shorn.

(In brackets) - Andie Miller in conversation with Leon de Kock on bodyhood

Andie Miller, Leon de Kock 2010-04-06 Leon de Kock’s new collection of poems, Bodyhood, has just been released by Umuzi. The poems in this collection open widely to the inside while looking outwards at the connecting points of body and being. Andie Miller, the author of Slow ...

Once more, with feeling: The practice of literary translation

Leon de Kock 2009-11-24 This is an edited version of a guest-of-honour speech delivered at the South African Translators’ Institute awards event, University of Johannesburg, October 2009.

Interview: Eben Venter’s Trencherman

Charles Malan 2008-10-15 Charles Malan interviewed Eben Venter, who is temporarily living in Australia, about Trencherman, the translation of his novel Horrelpoot. Let’s talk about the reception and implications of the translation. One of the earliest ...

Maskew Miller Longman Literature Awards: 10 quick questions to Charles J Fourie

Naomi Bruwer, Charles J Fourie 2008-08-26 Maskew Miller Longman has announced the winners of its 2008 Literature Award competition for writing in all South Africa’s official languages. This year’s competition focused on youth dramas. Charles J Fourie won the ...

Trencherman: Venter's Anatomy of Visionlessness in Translation

2008-07-28 Title: Trencherman (Originally Horrelpoot)Author: Eben Venter; translated by Luke StubbsPublisher: Tafelberg, 2008Format: PaperbackPages: 321ISBN: 978 0 624 04651 6Click on the cover of Trencherman to order your copy of the book from Kalahari.net.In ...

Whiplash will get you thinking

Beryl Eichenberger 2008-07-04
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