Nick Mulgrew’s cheeky and poignant debut poetry collection is filled with humour, anecdotes and truisms that reflect experiences of an almost-born-free Durbanite of British decent.
For the past two years, Zahira Asmal has spearheaded an in-depth exploration of movement in three South African cities.
Jason Larkin’s ‘Waiting’ is a photography book which features a collection of images of people seeking shelter from the fiery Johannesburg sun.
From the simple and striking to the bizarre, bold and outlandish – these are The Wows of 2014 presented in a mash-up of visuals and sounds for you to enjoy.
‘Bill of Rights’ is a book of photographs by David Southwood, presenting both the failures and the transformative power of the South African Bill of Rights.
Books open up new worlds that inspire, educate and entertain us. Reading also builds better brains, especially in the first years of life. Too many children grow up unable to read and write well – skills we ourselves use every day, but still take for granted. 83% of children […]
The award-winning South African novelist Lauren Beukes twists genre by merging reality with fantasy to tell dark and enthralling tales.
Wake Up, This Is Joburg is a new series of ten books written by Tanya Zack and photographed by Mark Lewis to celebrate the raw beauty of the city of gold.
A recognised WDC 2014 project, the book ‘100 GOOD IDEAS’ celebrates some of the most creative and innovative ideas to come out of SA in the past 20 years.
An awe-inspiring book of narrative illustrations created by Inus Pretorius to accompany W.E.G Louw’s poem, ‘Adam’.
Bookly is a fully-equipped e-reader app by Native VML that was initially launched on Mxit in May last year (2013). This week it launched a second phase becoming not only a platform for reading, but also for sharing writing.
Prufrock is the new literary magazine started by Helen Sullivan and James King. Frustrated by the lack of a local New Yorker-esque equivalent, they set about creating their own.
“Expressions” by Jared Aufrichtig is an exhibition curated by The Kalashnikovv Gallery, and the book launch of ‘Expressions Book One South Africa’.
Cape Town based illustrator and animator, Jesca Marisa, launches her 2nd published graphic novel on Saturday. The comic – Awakenings 2 – is the long-awaited sequel to Awakenings 1. The series is both written and illustrated by Jesca.
Saatchi & Saatchi Cape Town has used illustration and the art of music to tell the story of three iconic musicians for the launch of their biographies in a series of in-store posters for Wordsworth Books.