- No of Pages::288
- ISBN:, 978-0571296842
About the Author
About Petina Gappah
PETINA GAPPAH is a Zimbabwean writer with law degrees from Cambridge, Graz University and the University of Zimbabwe. Her debut story collection, An Elegy for Easterly (2009) was short-listed for the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award and the Los Angeles Times Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction, and won the 2009 Guardian First Book Award.
“Given the maze of lack of clarity between fact and fiction”
The English language has a question for drafters of Govt statements. It wants to know what it has done wrong to deserve being twisted into unrecognisable shapes.
Hanzi ndakatadzei ndiripe? Ndagura! Handichazvipamhi😂 https://t.co/NRG0mx1s86
“The rain was smiling through bright blue lips. Fuzzy Goo at the window thought of his dog. He loved his dog.”
Happy birthday Charles William Dambudzo Marechera, wordsmith extraordinaire, enfant terrible, ogbanje, pure energy.
You would have been 68 today, my fellow Gemini. https://t.co/dTLUDxgZVh
I can now share that one of my projects for this year is my second play! I am grateful to the Estate of Dambudzo Marechera for giving me permission to write a play about the 1982 banning and unbanning of his novel BLACK SUNLIGHT, with permission to use the same title. https://t.co/Z2CvFLVYaZ
- Hardcover: 288
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