This past week the #YouthCan book by Lizz Ntonjira was launched
Busisiwe Mahlangu is happy to feature in this collection and was honoured to be in the panel for the launch.
You can get your copy here (worldwide shipping): https://youthcan.africa/
The Wits Department of African Literature Seminar Series presents:
Danai Mupotsa (@ragingpoet) presents “Uncle, Daddy, Me”
Wednesday 26 August 2020, 2PM
Please register in advance:
Sarah Godsell, author of ‘Seaweed Sky’ and ‘Liquid Bones’ will be a panelist at a women’s health dialogue with the Wits Chancellor, Judy Dlamini.
20 August at 2pm
History and Imagined Realities
Poetry from South Africa
Closing date 3 September 2020
“Writing about our mothers is us figuring out what it means to navigate the world in bodies like ours. Our mothers are our first reference” vangile gantsho
Maneo Mohale sat down to talk to vangile gantsho about the various points of convergence and divergence in their collections. (Photo: Supplied)
Read more: News24
Busi Mahlangu (author of poetry anthology ‘Surviving Loss’) will be interviewed by the @CheekyNatives on Instagram on 16 Aug at 6pm. See you there!
Busisiwe Mahlangu is performing alongside several other poets on Saturday, 15 August from 6pm SAST.
~ vangile gantsho will chair a session on 9 August at 11 am
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for a meeting link
“Writing about our mothers is us figuring out what it means to navigate the world in bodies like ours. Our mothers are our first reference.” vangile gantsho
Read more at News24:
On 26 July @poetrypotion’s Poetry Potion Podcast talked to poet and educator Toni Stuart about her recent collaboration with vangile gantsho and Vusumzi Ngxande.