MIRIAM TLALI, writing freedom

: Gqola (P.) ed.

R 280.00
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202pp., paperback, Voices of Liberation series, Cape Town, 2021


Selected writings by novelist, essayist and activist Miriam Tlali, the first black woman in South Africa to publish an English-language novel, Between Two Worlds (1975). One of the founders of Staffrider magazine, her books include Mihloti, Amandla: a novel and Footprints in the Quag (first published as Soweto Stories).

Pumla Dineo Gqola is Research Professor at the Centre for Women and Gender Studies and NRF SARChI Chair in African Feminist Imagination at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. She is the author of What Is Slavery to Me? Postcolonial/slave memory in post-apartheid South Africa; Rape: a South African nightmare (winner of the 2016 Alan Paton Award for non-fiction) and Reflecting Rogue: inside the mind of a feminist.