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Interview with Achmat Dangor on The Ledge, an independent platform for world literature (includes excerpt and audio).
R1,00 (inch GST) Features Hugh Masekela 'Home is where the Music is' Mongane Serote 'Poet in Exile' Staffrider Gallery 'Domestic Scenes' - William Kentridge Stories by Miriam Tlali, Nadine Gordimer, Mafika Gwala, Achmat Dangor, Gladys Thomas, Papa Siluma and Marguerite Poland mFimm^^ Stations and Staffnders, Art and Misconception, A Factory Worker's Story y. Page 2 and 3: New Books from Ravan Press GOLD AND. Page 4 and 5: Staffworker A Factory Worker's Stor. Page 6 and 7: Poetry A Seed Must Seem to Die /, m. Page 8 and 9: washing napkins.
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Andries Walter Oliphant. Staffrider was a South African literary and arts magazine published by Ravan Press in Johannesburg from 1978 to 1993. It took its name and identity from township slang referring to black youth who travelled either sitting on the roof or hanging onto the outside of overcrowded, racially segregated commuter trains. These events involved discussions among writers, critics and others that could provide the political and intellectual context of the book. Staffrider Series concluded in 1986. As one of the first publications to put photography alongside literature, Staffrider opened up possibilities for cultural organizing and arts activism.
Achmat Dangor was born in Johannesburg in 1948, and after high school, lived in several small rural South African towns. He studied literature at Rhodes University, and has published two poetry collections: Bulldozer (1983) and Private Voices (1992). His first three novels were Waiting for Leila (1981), The Z Town Trilogy (1990), and Kafka's Curse (1997). His novel Bitter Fruit (2003), was shortlisted for the 2003 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award and the 2004 Man Booker Prize for Fiction
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