Rémy Ngamije’s debut novel The Eternal Audience of One will soon be published in the United States! The Eternal Audience of One was published …
A PDF in your inbox: South African writers talk free books and the value of life-sustaining royalties
To mark World Book and Copyright Day (Thursday 23 April 2020), the South African Book Fair announced an online discussion on free books and the value of copyright in providing writers with life-sustaining royalties.
‘Don’t let yourself be distracted by gender politics’ – BlackBird Books publisher Thabiso Mahlape’s career advice to the new generation of women
Thabiso Mahlape, the founder of BlackBird Books, has been profiled by the World of Women Project for the invaluable work she does in book publishing.
What kind of books does BlackBird Books publish? Find this out and more in a video chat feat. Thabiso Mahlape and Esinako Ndabeni
BlackBird Books recently launched a series of YouTube chats with your favourite authors!
BlackBird Books has launched a series of YouTube chats with your favourite authors!
Vagabond is the poetic, raw and honest diary of Lerato Mogoatlhe’s travels through 21 countries in Africa.
BlackBird Books is celebrating its 3rd Birthday!
Born to Kwaito: Reflections on the Kwaito Generation, a new BlackBird Books publication by Esinako Ndabeni and Sihle Mthembu, was launched at the SABC in Auckland Park on Thursday, 5 July 2018.
‘Born To Kwaito is not only an examination of the history of the music genre; it is also a revisit of the relationship we have with the music, its stars and their own relationship with their art and themselves.’ – Thabiso Mahlape, BlackBird Books publisher.
Jacana Media has revealed the successful writers who pitched their manuscripts during the publisher’s Pitch to Publication event.
South Africans are not buying local fiction: Jacana Media aims to Save Our Stories with a new crowdfunding campaign
Jacana Media has kicked off an project called Storied, which aims to help African stories thrive – long term – and reach worldwide audiences.
On Wednesday, 2 August Jacana Media hopes to have a robust and thought-provoking debate and discussion. Don’t miss it!
On 4 August 2017, Jacana Media publishers and a panel of experts will gather for a live book-pitching session!
The residents of Tshwane are in for a unique treat. They will be closing off Youth Month and welcoming Mandela Month with a new, exciting edition to the cultural calendar: Tjo!StoryFest!