Imraan Coovadia

 
Masande Ntshanga and the science of writing fiction
Masande Ntshanga and the science of writing fiction
‘We have a tendency to take things for granted because we live here and because there are so many stories that get told about [South Africa],”...
Impressive feat of imagination
Impressive feat of imagination
The 1990s — a decade book-ended by two wildly contrasting historical events, the release of Nelson Mandela from Victor Verster Prison and the...
2012: By the book
2012: By the book
Siphiwo Mahala: Author of African Delights and When a Man Cries
Imraan's words on the move
Imraan's words on the move
A few pages into Imraan Coovadia’s new novel, The Institute for Taxi Poetry (Umuzi), and after briefly being tricked into swallowing...
Writers: Penned in or breaking out?
Writers: Penned in or breaking out?
Theatre director Mike van Graan's keynote address to the Time of the Writer Festival began with the larger symbolism of the "storming out" of Arts...
Of shadows seeing shadows
Of shadows seeing shadows
Jane Rosenthal explores the complexity of the everyday in Imraan Coovadia's third novel High low in-between by Imraan Coovadia (Umuzi)
Enemy or promise?
Enemy or promise?
nce, they were considered the "enemies of promise". Today, they are an innate element of the book world. Prizes, like Gerard Manley Hopkins's...

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