In South Africa’s literary space, the most agreed upon sentiment is that one can only be a ‘certified author’ after they have published their third book. …
FictionPan Macmillan South Africa
Book ReviewsFictionPan Macmillan South Africa
This modern tale introduces us to the Mafu family set in the backdrop of the tumultuous Zimbabwean economy in the 2000s. We meet Pastor Abraham and…
Desiree-Anne Martin is an author, poet, general word junkie and addictions counsellor. Desiree-Anne’s story, Delirium recently won first prize for the Arts24/Kwela short stories entry. The Cape Town-born author also released her searing and brutally honest memoir titled, We Don’t Talk About It, Ever two years back. In this Q&A with EW Blog editor, Desiree-Anne talks about what inspired her winning short story, Delirium, writing We Don’t Talk About It, Ever, and what feminism is to her. Desiree-Anne also has some good advice to young addicts.
Busisekile Khumalo is a Zimbabwean-born writer who has caused a major storm in South Africa’s literary industry. Khumalo’s first novel titled The Harvard Wife dominated the book clubs in the country.