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Booker Prize win keeps Africa in literary news

SUNDAY MAGAZINE

The Promise set in South Africa during the country’s transition out of apartheid, explores the interconnected relationships.

Booker Prize win keeps Africa in literary news

By Ferdinand Mwongela | 13 days ago

Let’s put our ghostwriters for Western students to better use

Let’s put our ghostwriters for Western students to better use

The use of ghostwriters is more than cheap labour; it’s revenge against innovation!

XN Iraki | 1 month ago

Why writers ‘hear the voices of their characters’

Many famous writers claim it’s the characters who actually drive the plot, create the dialogue, and essentially “do their own thing” in the novels.

The Conversation | 2 months ago

Why writers ‘hear the voices of their characters’

Many famous writers claim it’s the characters who actually drive the plot, create the dialogue, and essentially “do their own thing” in the novels.

The Conversation | 2 months ago

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