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South African poetry

D. R. Beeton

South African poetry

a critical anthology.

by D. R. Beeton

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Published in Pretoria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • South African poetry (English),
  • South African poetry (English) -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 67-70.

    StatementCompliers: D. R. Beeton and W. D. Maxwell-Mahon.
    SeriesCommunications of the University of South Africa, C 65
    ContributionsMaxwell-Mahon, W. D.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination70 p.
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14115786M

    I have been so lucky to be attending the IFLA conference (for libraries and librarians) in Cape Town, South Africa. It's been an opportunity to serve on the standing committee for the Literacy and Reading section, meet colleagues from around the world, and talk with South Africans in several locations about poetry for young people. This is a list of noted South African poets, poets born or raised in South Africa, whether living there or overseas, and writing in one of the South African languages. Part of a series on the Culture of South Africa.

    South African Authors offers so many wonderful opportunities for exposure, including peer review and the use of selected Book Clubs to critique books they might select. Obviously we leave the choice entirely with the author – every work has worth even if this vest entirely within yourself and we recognise and respect this completely. Linda Ann Strang was born in She lives in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, where she has worked as a university lecturer and as an academic writing consultant. Her poems and short stories have been published internationally and, in , Poetry Kanto nominated her poetry for a Pushcart Prize.

    His works include a book of poems, Before Dawn (), and albums Change is Pain (), Unbroken Spirit (), Resistance and Defence (), and Africa(). His poems are mainly in English but draw on his native Zulu as well as traditional praise poetry and rap.   A piece of South African poetry – and South African storytelling – unlike any other. We’re also happy to be re-publishing Anderson’s award-winning second collection, Foundling’s Island, which was published by UCT’s Centre for Creative Writing and Electric Books Works in , and which, as an unfinished manuscript, shared the


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