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By - Rachel van Blydenstein

Ice cream headache in my bone | Poetry Book Launch | Word Art at 151 🗓

Modjaji Books and David Krut Bookstore are pleased to invite you to the launch of:  ice cream headache in my bone | Phillippa Yaa de Villiers Poetry Book | Word Art at 151 Phillippa Yaa will be reading alongside five other noted South African poets in this not-to-be-missed event! Each poet will read selected works

By - Rhulani Shabangu

Word Art at 151 | Session 4 : Young voices

Word art at 151  Session 4 : Young Voices The evening of session 4 of Word art at 151 nestled in a crowd of poetry lovers and a group 5 talented young poets. Session 4 aimed to celebrate the bold voices of the future of literature. The poets dove into hard-hitting topics –  the injustices

By - Rhulani Shabangu

Word Art at 151 | Young voices : Moses Mtileni

Moses Mtileni was born at Nkuri-Tomu village in Limpopo. He is the author of U ya va Rungula (poetry) and Mpimavayeni (novella). He curated an anthology of Xitsonga poetry by ten young poets, Ntsena Loko Mpfula A Yo Sewula. He has been longlisted for the Sol Plaatje European Union Poetry Award thrice.  His short stories

By - Rhulani Shabangu

Word Art at 151 | Young Voices: Siza Nkosi

Siza Nkosi is a writer, teacher and mother from Soweto. She is currently doing her MA in create writitng and enjoys painting potraits of where she comes from and of people through words. She is founding member of House of Siza, an NPO that seeks to change people’s lives through literature and empower them to

By - Rhulani Shabangu

Word Art at 151 | Young Voices : Mthabisi Sithole

  In my writing, I have always, consciously or otherwise, pushed to discuss the various capacities/measures to which time is occupied or recognised.  More recently, the implications of collecting the past, present and future through the voice of poetry have interested me with increasing urgency. At times, I write to applaud and at others to

By - Rachel van Blydenstein

Word Art at 151 Session 4 – Young Voices 🗓

It’s that time of year again when our poetry programme is in full swing and ready for our next session – Young Voices. This session would be comprised of five poets, each performing five of their own poems and after the reading, discussions and mingling can take place over drinks to conclude the evening. The poets

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