MBIZO CHIRASHA ( Zimbabwe) — Galaktika Poetike “ATUNIS”

MBIZO CHIRASHA ( Zimbabwe) MBIZO CHIRASHA Creative, Artistic, Activism and Literary Arts Projects: For Human development-HIV/AIDS Interventions, Social Change, Activism through Arts Projects, Artistic Collaborations, and Fellowships. TARGETED STAKEHOLDERS: Culture Centres, Arts Organisations, Writers Schools, Non-Governmental Organisations, Government Institutions, Youth Institutes, Creative Societies, Cultural and Funding Organisations. INTRODUCTORY MESSAGE : I am a major contributor […]

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Bookends #12 December 2018 — BookerTalk

This week’s Bookends features an article about reading African women writers, a blog post about the importance of context in our reading and a book written by a woman who for eight years was hardly out of the media spotlight. Book: Blue Sky by Kate Atkinson Kate Atkinson used to be one of my favourite […]

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The Chestnut Man by Søren Sveistrup #BlogTour #BookReview @JennyPlatt90 @MichaelJBooks — The Belgian Reviewer

Welcome to my blog stop on the book tour for The Chestnut Man by Søren Sveistrup. My thanks to the author, to Jenny Platt and publisher Michael Joseph for the opportunity to be part of the tour. I can’t wait to tell you more so let’s go! One blustery October morning in a quiet suburb of […]

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Dorthe Nors: Mirror, Shoulder, Signal – Spejl, Skoulder, Blink (2016) Danish Literature — Beauty is a Sleeping Cat

Dorthe Nors is a Danish writer who has written novels, novellas, and short stories. Her short stories have appeared in Harper’s Magazine, the Boston Review, and The New Yorker. Mirror, Shoulder, Signal was shortlisted for the Man Booker International Prize last year. Several of her books have been translated. Mirror, Shoulder, Signal tells the story of Sonja, […]

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Book Review: Freezing Down, Anders Bodelsen (1969, trans. 1971) — Science Fiction and Other Suspect Ruminations

(Cloud Studio’s cover for the 1971 edition) 4.5/5 (Very Good) Anders Bodelsen’s Freezing Down (1969, trans. 1971) is a harrowing collision of SF tropes and the emotional landscape of Scandinavian noir. Bodelsen, “primarily associated with 1960s New-Realism in Danish literature,” might be best known to English-speaking audiences for writing the source material for the 1978 heist film The […]

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