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The House of Menka photos of the launch of 'Moving On'

From the House of Menka Facebook pageOther photos available at https://www.facebook.com/pg/HouseofMenka/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1881826822042217Saturday the 30 of September 2017 saw the launch of ‘Moving On and Other Zimbabwean Stories' a recent publication by amaBooks Publishers. The launch was part of the Intwasa Arts Festival in Bulawayo. The book launch featured writers from the anthology
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Bulawayo Launch of 'Moving On'

Photo courtesy of Mgcini NyoniPhoto courtesy of Mgcini NyoniThe launch of 'Moving On and Other Zimbabwean Stories' at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo, with a panel of four of the writers in the anthology - Bryony Rheam, John Eppel, Mzana Mthimkhulu and Tariro Ndoro - in conversation with poet Tinashe Tafirenyika and academic James Arnett.Also at the launch were two other writers in the
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Why I Read: Raisedon Baya

My first serious read was a strange one – very strange for a young boy living right in the middle of the township. I was in Form 1 at Sobukhazi Secondary School and had just joined the Mzilikazi Community Library’s senior section. Why I joined the library when most of my friends and young boys my age were not members, and not interested in becoming members of the library, I don’t know even up
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Launch of Siqondephi Manje? Indatshana zaseZimbabwe

with readings from their stories by Raisedon Baya, Mzana Mthimkhulu and Thabisani Ndlovu, and a reading of NoViolet Bulawayo's story by Sithandazile Dube.
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amaBooks to translate book into isiNdebele

The Chronicle, 27 May 2013AMABOOKS, the publishers of the story anthology, Where to Now?: Short Stories from Zimbabwe, are working on translating the book from the English language to isiNdebele to help promote the language.The book would be titled Siqondephi Manje, Indatshana ZaseZimbabwe.It is a collection of 16 short stories from Zimbabwean writers, the majority of them from Bulawavo.In
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Where to Now? review in The Zimbabwean

Where To Now?Published by amaBooksGenre - FictionReview by Jeráfrom http://www.thezimbabwean.co.uk/entertainment/art-and-literature/60080/where-to-now.htmlWhere To Now?Short Stories from Zimbabwe, published by ’amaBooks and edited by Jane Morris, is an anthology of 16 potent short stories by Zimbabwean writers. It is the 5th anthology in the short writings series that have been released by
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Where to Now? reviewed in Newsday

Where to Now? — Short Stories from ZimbabweREVIEWED BY CYNTHIA R MATONHODZE - Oct 11 2011 06:43Editor: Jane MorrisPublisher: ‘amaBooks, Bulawayo, 2011, 146ppThe anthology Where to Now? Short Stories from Zimbabwe features a mixture of 16 Zimbabwean writers, some new and others well known, among them 2011 Caine Prize winner NoViolet Bulawayo and 2011 World Summit Youth Awards runner-up Fungai Rufaro
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The Zimbabwe Independent congratulates Bulawayo writers

The Zimbabwe Independent congratulates three Bulawayo-based writers who have published their first books in a special supplement on 18 December. The writers, Bryony Rheam, Christopher Mlalazi and Raisedon Baya, are all graduates of the British Council Crossing Borders Creative Writing Project and have all been published by 'amaBooks.The three first books featured are Bryony's This September Sun (published
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Meet Owen Sheers in Bulawayo

The British Council in Bulawayo are organising a Management Express meeting for Friday 20 November at 5.30pm at the Bulawayo Rainbow, where Owen Sheers will talk about his own work and links with Zimbabwe, and read from his books. Owen is a poet, novelist, playwright, actor and BBC TV presenter from Wales. He is best known in Zimbabwe for his semi-fictionalised account The Dust Diaries, recounting
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