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Craig MacKenzie

A past revisited is pertinent today

If there is an elegiac tone to this collection it is because the period it covers was a time in which there was genuine outrage at SA's policies

More rebellious than ever

<b>Craig MacKenzie</b> previews texts and topics at the heart of the state of South African fiction.

Morbid but irresistible

James Clelland is the winner of the 2009/2010 European Union Literary Award for his novel <i>Deeper than Colour</i>.

Haunting and provocative mix for 2010 UJ Prize winners

Imraan Coovadia and Jacob Dlamini are the winners of the annual University of Johannesburg literary awards.

Look back at Butler anew

Now is the time to reconsider the work of Guy Butler and what he stood for.

First-timer takes UJ prize

Judges agree that Ceridwen­ Dovey's <i>Blood Kin</i> is the pick of the bunch. Craig MacKenzie reports.

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