Pagecast at Kingsmead Book Fair 2024: Farai Mudzingwa

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In this captivating discussion, Pagecast host Maryam Adams engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Farai Mudzingwa, a talented freelance writer. Farai's short fiction has been published by Weaver Press, Kwani?, and Enkare Review II, while his longform articles and reporting have appeared in Chimurenga Chronic, The Mail & Guardian, The Johannesburg Review of Books, Africa Is A Country, This Is Africa, The Africa Report, and New Humanitarian. He has been recognized with several prestigious nominations and awards, including the Miles Morland Writing Scholarship shortlist (2019) and the Short Story Day Africa competition shortlist (2019).

Join us as we explore Farai's latest book, Avenues by Train. Farai shares insights into the themes and inspirations behind his work and discusses the significance of literary festivals like Kingsmead for authors and the local literary community.

Don't miss this enlightening episode as we delve into Farai's creative process and what’s next for him in his literary journey.

Enjoy!
27 May English South Africa Books · Society & Culture

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