Is some musea they have banned the selfiestick. A fear of dangers, of hurting other people who also a selfiestick. The Algerian writer Kamel Daoud writes about the selfiestick and taking selfies. About the orientation on oneself and not the other, the stranger, the passerby.
I do not know if this piece of writing is fiction or a piece of a historical novel or just plain facts. What does a writer earn ? (this is not the same as the question: what does a writer deserve?) Tom Eaton delves into his annual royalty cheques and does some reading writing and … Continue reading miss congeniality: south african fiction
Here you can listen to an interview with the South African writer Damon Galgut. He wrote about an arctic summer and he now talks about it and about the man who inspired him to write it.