9/4/07

opening spaces

opening spaces: contemporary african women's writing, edited by late zimbabwean writer yvonne vera (butterfly burning) is a compilation of daring, absorbing, and skillfully crafted stories that underscore: the diversity of narrative talent among contemporary african women writers; and the varied lives and circumstances of african women worldwide. of note are the stories, "stress" (lilia momple), "the barrel of a pen" (gugu ndlovu), and "the homecoming" (milly jafta).

2 comments:

Trenee said...

I was hoping to read that you're one of the featured authors. Boo. :)

iyan and egusi soup: said...

trenee,

it's good to hear from you. i know you must be busy with the graduate program.

thank you for the affirmation. some day soon. :)