This is a short story by the Moroccan writer Abdellah Taïa. He was born in Rabat in 1973, but these days he lives in Paris.
Lauren Beukes has just published two novels. Two novels that give a harsh look at society, a society that is not an utopia, quite the contrary. She does not shy away from these realities. In this interview she gives some insight in her ideas and the way she writes.
Lauren Beukes, form South Africa, recently won a literary prize for her novel Zoo City. She talks to the Mail & Guardian about her writing and her expertise about all kinds of writing in South Africa.
She is not a fiction. I do not know about her scientific performance. But she sure does write science fiction. She received an award for science fiction writing. The prize was started by an English writer, Arthur C. Clarke. Her name is Lauren Beukes and she hails from South Africa, admittedly a breeding ground for … Continue reading modest prize for prestigious writing award
I did not know about WardheerNews. But I did a little (very little) research to find out what this news is. Is it a village? Is it a town? and in What country? Could I find Wardheer on a map? No, it is the name of an online Somali Magazine, started in 2004. The meaning … Continue reading the author of black mamba boy
In this interview Billy Kahora talks about his younger days when the country under the dictatorship of president Moi fell into turmoil. And Billy also talks about his inspiration.