The winners of the Sunday Times Literary Awards to be announced on Saturday – see the shortlists

The winners of the Sunday Times Literary Awards will be announced on Saturday, June 24.

The winners of the Alan Paton Award for non-fiction and the Barry Ronge Fiction Prize each receive R100,000.

See the shortlists below:

The Barry Ronge Fiction Prize shortlist

The Printmaker, Bronwyn Law-Viljoen (Umuzi)

Period Pain, Kopano Matlwa (Jacana Media)

Little Suns, Zakes Mda (Umuzi)

The Woman Next Door, Yewande Omotoso (Chatto & Windus)

The Safest Place You Know, Mark Winkler (Umuzi)

The Alan Paton Award shortlist

Under Nelson Mandela Boulevard: Life Among the Stowaways, Sean Christie (Jonathan Ball Publishers)

Darwin’s Hunch: Science, Race, and the Search for Human Origins, Christa Kuljian (Jacana Media)

Murder at Small Koppie: The Real Story of the Marikana Massacre, Greg Marinovich (Penguin Books)

My Own Liberator: A Memoir, Dikgang Moseneke (Picador Africa)

Letters of Stone: From Nazi Germany to South Africa, Steven Robins (Penguin Books)


Categories Fiction Non-fiction South Africa

Tags Alan Paton Award Awards Barry Ronge Fiction Prize Bronwyn Law-Viljoen Christa Kuljian Dikgang Moseneke Greg Marinovich Kopano Matlwa Mark Winkler News Sean Christie Steven Robins Sunday Times Literary Awards Yewande Omotoso Zakes Mda

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