‘Most wokeness I happen to come across is dependent on brokeness’ – Phumlani Pikoli chats about his debut book
Pan Macmillan sat down with author Phumlani Pikoli to chat about his debut book, The Fatuous State of Severity.
Friday Night Book Club: Read ‘The High Heel Killer’ – a short story from Mohale Mashigo’s new book Intruders
The Friday Night Book Club: Exclusive excerpts from Pan Macmillan every weekend!
The deadline for the Short Story Day Africa Prize has been extended to 31 October 2018.
Complete a puzzle online to reveal the cover for Mohale Mashigo’s new book!
African shortlistees this year hail from Uganda (Harriet Anena), South Africa (Fred Khumalo and Michelle Sacks), Ghana (Cheryl Ntumy) and Nigeria (Efua Traoré and Obi Umeozor).
The shortlist for the 2017 Short Story Day Africa Prize for Short Fiction has been revealed. This year’s prize theme is ‘ID’, …
Submissions open 1 June 2018* | Submissions close 31 August 2018
First prize: $800 | Second prize: $200 | Third prize: $100
Pan Macmillan is giving away three copies of Phumlani Pikoli’s new short story collection The Fatuous State of Severity!
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New edition of Phumlani Pikoli’s short story collection The Fatuous State of Severity out next year!
Pan Macmillan is proud to announce that it will publish a new edition of Phumlani Pikoli’s The Fatuous State of Severity in 2018.
Niq Mhlongo has revealed the prospective cover for his next book, a collection of short stories to be titled Soweto, Under the Apricot Tree.
Penguin Random House South Africa is giving away five SIGNED copies of Tom Hanks’s first work of fiction, Uncommon Type!
Uncommon Type is a collection of 17 wonderful short stories showing that two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks is as talented a writer as he is an actor.
New isiZulu fiction publishing company Kwasukela Books is launching with a call for submissions for its first anthology of short stories.
The complete Jack Reacher short stories, from number one bestseller Lee Child, have been published together for the first time in No Middle Name!
Queer Africa 2, the follow-up anthology to Queer Africa: new and collected fiction, will be launched at Wits University on 3 June.
Bookshy has curated a list of short story collections by African women writers, including Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Helen Oyeyemi, Sofia Samatar, Bessie Head, Petina Gappah and Lauren Beukes.
Auburn Avenue’s Issue II feature’s a new short story by Wanjiku wa Ngugi called “Hundred Acres of Marshland”.