137pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2019
A collection of short stories that engage with Africans' struggle with organised religion and the longing for spiritual connection. Southern African writers include Christine Coates, Damon Yel, Tariro Ndoro and Themesha Khan.
Thabo Jijana won the 2016 Ingrid Jonker Prize for Poetry for his debut collection Failing Maths and My Other Crimes. He is also the author of the memoir Nobody's Business, a taxi owner, a murder, and a secret.