The Reader


K Sello Duiker would have been 43 today – read an excerpt from his masterpiece Thirteen Cents here

NB Publishers have shared an excerpt from K Sello Duiker’s Thirteen Cents to honour his literary legacy on what would have been his 43rd birthday.

New short story by Wanjiku wa Ngugi appears in Auburn Avenue

Auburn Avenue’s Issue II feature’s a new short story by Wanjiku wa Ngugi called “Hundred Acres of Marshland”.

Read an excerpt from A Thousand Tales of Johannesburg, Harry Kalmer’s ode to the city

“There was no cream in the fridge. She looked at her watch. The Spar in Kitchener Avenue and the Pick n Pay in Darras Centre would both be shut.

“She sent an SMS to Bosman: Bring sour cream.”