Monthly Archives: September 2014
Zakes Mda and Deon Meyer on writing (non-South African) stories that inspire them.
Vladislavić, Gevisser and Dyer discuss their shared preoccupation with photographs.
Rhodes University’s MA in Creative Writing is now accepting full time applications for 2015, with a closing date of 30 October 2014. The programme is committed to innovative work that expands the possibilities of writing. It is open to students […]
Sound of poetry in the city, sounds of the city in poetry: check out our report on the Open Book Urban Verse event.
Want to publish a book? Check out Fiona Leonard’s advice to aspiring writers.
Sefi Atta, Philip Hensher and Felicitas Hoppe discuss the thorny issue of translation at the Open Book Festival.
Damon Galgut and Zakes Mda on why they choose not to write about South Africa.
What do we not talk about when we talk about writing sex(uality)?
Steyn du Toit reports on Programme H at the GIPCA Live Arts Festival.
Foley sounds, intercontinental dance acts, whiteface, and an empty theatre: these are but some of the experiences on offer at the GIPCA Live Arts Festival.
Check out Steyn du Toit’s overview of the second batch of original shortfilms commissioned for the Silwerskerm festival.
Nicola Hanekeom se ‘Trippie’ en Bennie Fourie se ‘Vuil Wasgoed’ was twee van die top kortfilms by die onlangse Silwerskermfees. Lees Magdel Venter se resensiese hier.