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Austere beauty of Chatsworth
Austere beauty of Chatsworth
Pravasan Pillay is a literary ascetic. Chatsworth (Dye Hard Press, 2018), his collection of short stories, is largely unencumbered by...
Fund the labour of cultural workers, Mr President
Fund the labour of cultural workers, Mr President
Many years ago, around the time my first novel came out, I received an email within a month of its publication from a gentleman called Peter Rorvik...
Capturing rhythm, meaning and narrativity
Capturing rhythm, meaning and narrativity
Wizard of the Crow is organised around the aesthetic of resistance, which is very important," says Kenyan writer Ngugi wa Thiong'o of his...

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