“Remember when you started doing the things you thought you couldn’t? Let’s do more of that.”
Talking sci-fi stereotypes, lush prose, magic and teenage-hood with the artist orbiting Saturn.
An email conversation about writing, performance and being a womxn.
Lidudumalingani’s Caine winning short story ‘Memories We Lost’ is a nuanced take on the difficult subject of mental illness in rural communities.
Actress, author and activist Buhle Ngaba believes that young South Africa is on the cusp of great changes.
Nick Mulgrew isn’t just a man of many words, he’s also actively changing the local literary landscape.
With a keen eye for creative culture across the continent and an unrivaled penchant for words, Tseliso Monaheng is a writer you should be reading.
Mongiwekhaya is a bright new voice in South African theatre. We spoke with him about his penchant for words and the challenges faced by young writers.