In this interview the writer Zoë Wicomb talks with the editor of her ‘Race, Nation, Translation’, published in 2018. They delve into meaning of postcolonialism, intersectionality, postmodernism and feminism and the relation between these concepts.
The names have been called. The names of the books and of the writers of this years shortlist for the Barry Ronge Fiction Prize, with a prize money of R100 000. Five books and five authors. Here you find the list of books (and covers) and authors.
The South African writer J.M. Coetzee will be in Argentina next month, where he will give a seminar on two writers: One is Zoë Wicomb, the other one is Ivan Vladislavic.
In this article you will find nineteen quotations from South African writers on the art of writing. What would be your advice?
The chair of the jury of the 2015 Caine Prize for African Writing writes about her thoughts on this year’s entries. Her name is Zoë Wicomb, she is from South Africa and she lives and works in Scotland.
The South African paper Sunday Times has made known the shortlist for this year’s awards. Next month the winners will be announced. There are five books in the fiction section, and five books in the nonfiction department.