Ivan Vladislavic shoots the breeze with Geoff Dyer in a conversation that ranges from pulp fiction to urban identity.
The death of Chris van Wyk has robbed us of a great writer – and stories untold, writes David Medali
The writer of works such as "A Trace of Malice" and "Honeymoon" has won the prestigious literature prize.
Chris van Wyk's legacy was extraordinary and the memory of this engaging writer, friend, comrade, teacher and mentor will be deeply cherished.
In his latest novel, the 'demon dog of American crime fiction' has created an awe-inspiring vision of social, moral and human chaos in wartime LA.
Poverty means bad jobs, credit and housing. But even worse is the assumption you aren't trying hard enough, as Linda Tirado's angry memoir proves.
In his searching new novel, Martin Amis interweaves a Holocaust organisational black comedy with the agonising story of a conflicted prisoner.
UKZN Professor Michael Chapman remembers "the poet and human being" Mafika Gwala who passed away last week.
With the passing of one of South Africa's finest poets, we pay tribute to his life and works.
Speakers at the Mail & Guardian's annual Litfest paid homage to Nadine Gordimer's influence as author-activist.
From Frans Cronje to Pumla Gbodo-Madikizela, four authors shared what their new books are about during a panel discussion at this year's festival.
The fifth annual M&G Literary Festival will be held at the Market Theatre in Newtown, Johannesburg, on Saturday August 30 and Sunday August 31.
SA's trending author has expertly embraced new media as a medium of horror, and the characters of her female protagonists defy casual stereotyping.
Where to now for the South African writer of fiction in English? asks Leon de Kock.
Okwiri Oduor, the special guest at the M&G Literary Festival, will be on the panels about Nadine Gordimer and the short story.
Mikhael Subotzky's book collaboration with Patrick Waterhouse, showcases a visually rich and complex history of the iconic Jo'burg building.
This is an edited extract from chapter 13, 'The Ultimatum' in Dennis Cruywagen's book, Brothers in War and Peace.
A new anthology will present the top tales that have best captured South Africa's voice post-1994.
Read this edited extract from Songezo Zibi's book, Raising the Bar: Hope and Renewal in South Africa.