Busisekile Khumalo was born in Zimbabwe and currently resides in South Africa. She is a human rights lawyer and has published four books in her name,…
Book ReviewsFictionJacana Media
One of the most amazing things after reading a novel is the warm feeling inside of immediately craving a sequel. This highlights the good quality of…
Book ReviewsNon-FictionPan Macmillan South Africa
Spoiler warning: The following review discloses important twists in “Critical But, Stable.” Breathtakingly, unputdownable, stunning, page-turner, entertaining, poignant, and profound, those are some of the superlatives…
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Jen Thorpe is a writer, researcher and fiercest feminist. Jen has published three feminist essay collections and two novels. Her first novel, The Peculiars, was long-listed for the Sunday Times Fiction Prize and the Etisalat Fiction Prize. Jen’s latest novel is called The Fall released by Kwela Books. In this Q&A with EW Blog editor, Ezekiel Kekana, Jen reflects on writing The Fall, how the character of Thuli came about, her favourite local feminist writers, and a possible sequel of The Fall.