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  • A History Of Disappearance

    R120

    Sarah Lubala’s debut collection of poetry, A History of Disappearance, centres on the experiences of those living on the margins, particularly girls and women. The opening poem, “6 Errant Thoughts on Being a Refugee,” for which Lubala was shortlisted for the prestigious Gerald Kraak Award, sets the tone for this important collection.

  • Bella

    R80

    Bella is an illustrated collection of striking yet subtle poems. Motadinyane died in 2003, and was one of the founder members of the Botsotso Jesters poetry performance group; her surreal and multi-lingual work offers a sharp female perspective on South Africa.

  • Everybody is a Bridge

    R120

    In this way, the collection is varied, and very personal and true to Anton’s past and present, a very satisfying buffet that offers a unique taste of his Buddhistic soul.

  • Hungary on Arrival

    R120

    I believe poetry like jazz, allows one to knock on the void of silence. In this way I celebrate the lives of artists and poets such as Mafika Gwala, Jackson Hlungwani, Kippie ‘Morolong’ Moeketsi and Fana Zulu.

  • Inhabiting Love

    R120

    Abu Bakr Solomons continues his exploration of the unfolding social and political milieu -worlds in transition – both locally and globally; the threats and compelling beauty which coexist in these complex human tragedies and triumphs so that the past and the present intersect in the psyches and consciousness of individuals and delivery of social movements.

  • On Days Such As This

    R120

    From the unusual opening poem (conflating birth with a car crash) to its close (an abandoned suitcase representing an entire lifetime), this book weaves its stories backwards and forwards through time and place

  • Once Removed: Short Stories

    R220

    “Once Removed is for readers who are familiar with the worlds of art and performance, and those for whom it is completely foreign. A reader doesn’t need to be immersed in the world of artists, critics, exhibitors, gallerists or academics to access the collection, and to enjoy the imbalances, precarity, hilarity, and possibilities represented in it,” explains Mann.

  • Saving Water: Poems by Allan Kolski Horwitz

    R100

    These poems cover many different states of mind and situations and are deeply rooted in South Africa but also travel to other continents.

  • The Alkalinity Of Bottled Water

    R100

    Makhosazana Xaba, with several collections and anthologies to her name, is at the forefront of a poetry that embraces penetrating socio-political insight with highly emotional responses to the love and pain that our country provides in such abundance.

  • Totem and Candidate/Sing Babylon

    R120

    .Two novellas – one a parable about Zimbabwe, the other a jazzy story about madness and music in a Johannesburg inner city suburb.