Apartheid SA’s madness, as diagnosed in the exiled author’s subversive texts, was the result of colonialism’s psychological violence
Nigerian writer Amos Tutuola wields language as the ultimate form of technology
A new literary history paints a multicultural picture that includes all the major languages.
<b>Imraan Coovadia</b> finds the points of difference in two authors’ approaches to writing.
How can one write about Kabelo Sello Duiker without a mixture of bitterness and regret at the loss of such a worthy life?
Competing metaphors for literary production are like competing discourses. For a healthy industry, we need more of them.
The job of a books editor is curatorial, political and considered. It rests on knowledge of cultural and political networks and who knows who.
Publishing is like a busy highway on which there are so many different types of drivers and crashes are common .