The relationship between a writer and a reader is important, also the younger reader. The Angolan writer Yola Castro writes for a young audience and she likes to meet her audience.
“A Hair. A hair. My kingdom for a hair.” This is the famous statement by the playwright William Hairspeare. The writer (I am waiting for her second novel) Taiye Sealsi writes about hair-issues and personal issues and identity. ‘A’ names have the day. Look at the daughters of the Dutch King. He has triple A. … Continue reading i am not my hair
She came back to South Africa for a visit and a launch and an interview. Marita van der Vyver lives in the South of Africa, a holiday destination for many Europeans. She travelled to the very south of the African continent to launch her latest book.