"Please put packages behind the wheelie bin. Don't worry -- they're only foreign books."
As the classic form of the elegy shows, memory can be especially potent when allowed to coalesce around the loss of a loved one.
F Scott Fitzgerald and company produce great literature, but titles are often best left to publishers.
Ronnie Govender's autobiography shows he is a triple-threat man -- in sports, the theatre and literature.
The murder of a small boy at Road Hill House shocked Britain and was a cause celebre even further afield.
Barbara Ludman reviews new police procedurals and a courtroom drama.
It is a brave new world that the third edition of the Cape Town Book Fair, subtitled Words Create Worlds, encounters from June 14.
Teenagers are notorious for giving their parents a hard time -- so apparently are countries.
For the Sake of Silence (in which the narrator frequently meditates on the undesirability of words) extends to 550 pages.
Could the cellphone novel be the next big thing in publishing?