220pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2016
A collection of essays that investigate a range of topics, from radical environmentalism to the fault lines between farmer and worker and the joys and sorrows of reading.
"Dicey is what I look for in a writer: he has something to say and he puts it across with skill, intelligence and wit." Ivan Vladislavić
William Dicey is the author of Borderline (2004). He has worked as a mathematics lecturer, a book designer and a farmer. He divides his time between Cape Town and Ceres.