African Pens 2011: New Writing from Southern Africa
DescriptionA new anthology of writings, this collection contains stories with varying themes from 21 different writers. Including an assured and professional piece of writing about a seemingly simple interaction between two men in which the true drama takes place beneath the surface, this book will give insight into what African writers are experiencing and writing about in the new decade.
October 01, 2011
6.1 X 0.7 X 9.2 inches | 1.0 pounds
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About the Author
South African PEN (SA PEN) is a leading voice of literature that brings together poets, novelists, essayists, historians, playwrights, critics, translators, editors, journalists, and screenwriters in a common concern for the craft and art of writing. PEN is a nonpolitical organization representing writers of the world, defending free-expression, and encouraging literature. Through its 145 centers in more than 104 countries, International PEN operates on all six continents. Over time they have launched authors who have since gone on to publish their own full works of fiction. J. M. Coetzee is the Booker- and Nobel Prize-winning author of numerous books, including Disgrace, Foe, and The Life and Times of Michael K.