She is a student at the University of Witwatersrand (Wits) in South Africa. She pursues a Masters degree in Arts. Her name is Mapule Mohulatsi and she has written several stories that have been published in magazines. She would love to have dinner with NoViolet Bulawayo. Her debut made a lasting impact on the life of Mapule. … Continue reading BY THE BOOK: Mapule Mohulatsi
Why did this book stay for such a long time unread by me? I do not know. The spine looked at me many times, and every time I tried to avoid that look and continue with my life and other books. The time has come. The time is now. Paradise is near. It is the … Continue reading Review of WE NEED NEW NAMES
I could not find the date of publication of this interview. Chinelo Okparanta has just published her novel ‘Under the udala trees”, so I have decided to publish it today. Nothing lost, nothing gained? Gained a good interview on the writing of Chinelo.
Her name is NoViolet Bulawayo, but this is not her name that is printed on official papers of the Zimbabwean writer, who lives and lectures in the United States. In an interview with the Deutsche Welle she explains the meaning of this adopted name.
Nana writes about the renaissance in African Literature over the last few years. She talks about the issue of language (Ngugi !), the identity of the African writer and the influence of the diaspora.
The name Silicon Valley is equivalent to the world of high-tec, the world of computers and all kinds of other difficult constellations. But there is more to this valley. There are even people who read a book. March 24, the valley will receive the Zimbabwean writer NoViolet Bulawayo. It is part of the theme of … Continue reading silicon valley reads author