Monthly Archives: November 2013
Pieter Odendaal introduces SLiPnet readers to the Malagasy poet Jean-Joseph Rabearivelo. Lees sy vertalings van Rabearivelo se gedigte hier.
Mabel Thandi compiles a hit list of the seven deadly sinners on the literary circuit.
Leon de Kock captures the texture of his experience in Havana in this finely detailed travel blog.
Lauren Beukes talks to Wamuwi Mbao about letting the haters hate, and writing what she wants to write.
Breaking big, true, exclusive and riveting glocal academic news stories: Conceit magazine.
Regular SLiPnet readers will by now be familiar with John Eppel’s poem blogs that combine a naturalist’s observations with intimate musings and memories. Read his latest here.
In part two of his travel blog, André Naffis-Sahely continues his journey on the Spier poetry caravan at the Dancing in Other Words festival.
Why read? Mark Heywood makes an impassioned plea to our South African youth.
Our intrepid interviewer Chantelle Gray Van Heerden caught up with 2013 Sol Plaatje European Union Award winner Kobus Moolman. Follow the conversation here.
Andre Naffis-Sahely has written an intricate and thought-provoking essay on his experiences at this year’s Dancing in Other Words festival. SLiP will be publishing the essay in three parts. Read the first installment here.