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KZN Authoresses Featured as Part of Adrian Steirn's 21 Icons Project PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 30 October 2014 09:53

Australian photographer, Adrian Steirn's 21 Icons project is currently in its second season and "seeks to celebrate those who have achieved success and widespread recognition, as well as individuals whose work has been conducted without prior acclaim". The  unique project combines fine-art portraits, short films, behind the scenes photography, written narrative and a feature length documentary. Two such South Africans are KZN Literary Tourism featured authoresses; Celebrated storyteller and founder of the Nozincwadi Mother of Books literacy campaign, Gcina Mhlope, and political activist, Pregs Goveneder. The book was launched recently at Love Books in Johannesburg with both Stein and Mhlope in attendance.

Read more about the launch on BooksLive and be sure to see the remarkable portraits and documentaries of both writers at the links below.

Gcina Mhlope

Pregs Govender




Literary Scotland PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 12:22

To follow up our news piece on Murakami's Literary Tokyo, we have  now some news from a little further west.  Scotland is host to numerous literary itineraries and trails that span the entire width and and breadth if the country.  The trails bring books to life by visiting scenes from their pages.  In addition to these, the itineraries focus on the lives and works of particular authors such as Muriel Spark, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Sit Walter Scott.

Follow the link to VisitScotland.com to read more about these fascinating literary pilgrimages.




Poetry Competition Hosted by Skimming Stones and PrintWild PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 11:30

The people over at Skimming Stones, in collaboration with PrintWild, will be running a poetry competition.  Poets are allowed to submit up to two poems  using the themes of Christmas or New Year.  Submissions close on the 25th December with the winner to be announced on 1st January 2015.  The winning poet will receive a R500 gift voucher from PrintWild.

Follow the link to read more about the Competition over at Skimming Stones.co.za.




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