Don’t miss a reading of Our Ghosts Were Once People, with Sisonke Msimang, Bongani Kona, Khadija Patel, Vonani Bila, Paula Akugizibwe and Madeleine Fullard (1 Sep)
Jonathan Ball Publishers and The Reading List invite you to a virtual reading of Our Ghosts Were Once People: Stories on Death and Dying, edited by Bongani Kona.
‘The experience of grief is as unique to each of us as our fingerprints’ – Our Ghosts Were Once People, a new book edited by Bongani Kona
Our Ghosts Were Once People: Stories on Death and Dying edited by Bongani Kona is out now from Jonathan Ball Publishers.
Guests include Nakhane, Abi Daré, Sisonke Msimang and Novuyo Rosa Tshuma.
OluTimehin Adegbeye has won the R25,000 Gerald Kraak Prize, which honours African writing and photography that ‘provokes thought on the topics of gender, social justice and sexuality’.
Don’t miss the first South African launch of Sisonke Msimang’s new book The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela (24 May)
Love Books and Jonathan Ball Publishers invite you to the first South African launch of Sisonke Msimang’s latest book, The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela.
News flash: From now on submissions for the Gerald Kraak Prize will be kept open all year round. Selections for the 2019 anthology will be made by the end of February 2019 – but new submissions are welcome at any time.
Does Winnie Mandela have ‘blood on her hands’? ‘Yes and no.’ – Sisonke Msimang discusses her new book, The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela
‘To ask that question of Winnie Mandela as though she were the only person engaged in the Struggle is to somehow exceptionalise her in ways that seem misogynistic, and that are self-serving and revisionist in their essence.’
This book does not condemn Winnie Mandela, nor does it seek to exonerate her: Sisonke Msimang on why she wrote The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela
Sisonke Msimang has shared a video in which she talks about why she decided to write her new book, The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela.
Join The Cheeky Natives for a discussion of Sisonke Msimang’s new book The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela at Bridge Books
Jonathan Ball Publishers and Bridge Books invite you to the launch of The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela by Sisonke Msimang.
The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela by Sisonke Msimang – a razor-sharp examination of the legacy of one of our most controversial figures
Sisonke Msimang’s new book The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela is out in November from Jonathan Ball Publishers.
Redi Tlhabi joins chorus of furious voices over quotes on the cover of new Winnie Madikizela-Mandela book, Truth, Lies and Alibis
‘I AM APPALLED! HOW DARE YOU! HOW DARE YOU TAFELBERG!!!’ – Journalist and author Redi Tlhabi has hit out at Tafelberg Publishers for ‘underhand, dishonest’ conduct, after the publisher printed a quotation from her on the cover of Fred Bridgland’s new book on Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, Truth, Lies and Alibis.
The Gerald Kraak Award and Anthology has announced the appointment of Otosirieze to the 2018/19 judging panel.
The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela, the new book from Sisonke Msimang, will be out from Jonathan Ball Publishers on 24 October 2018.
Africa’s newest genre – the queer Afro-modern – showcased in As You Like It: The Gerald Kraak Anthology Vol 2
As You Like It: The Gerald Kraak Anthology Vol 2 brings together stories of self-expression, identity, sexuality and agency, all located within Africa and its legacy.
Don’t miss Sisonke Msimang at Bridge Books Maboneng for a discussion of Always Another Country with Eusebius McKaiser
Jonathan Ball Publishers and Bridge Books Maboneng invite you to a book discussion with Sisonke Msimang and Eusebius McKaiser!
The programme for the 2018 Franschhoek Literary Festival has been revealed!
‘They do not smile or welcome us but they let us in’: Sisonke Msimang recalls returning home to South Africa
The Johannesburg Review of Books has shared an excerpt from Sisonke Msimang’s new book Always Another Country.
The full programme for the Abantu Book Festival has been revealed!
Interracial relationships, wokeness and the politics of black women: The Cheeky Natives chat to Sisonke Msimang
In her much anticipated memoir, Sisonke Msimang writes about her exile childhood in Zambia and Kenya, young adulthood and college years in North America, and returning to South Africa in the euphoric 1990s.
‘Writing as a craft is important to me’ – Sisonke Msimang chats to Eusebius McKaiser about Always Another Country
Eusebius McKaiser spoke to Sisonke Msimang about her first book, Always Another Country, on his 702 radio show.