In 1997 my mother had a collection of poetry written in isiXhosa that she had submitted to Shuter & Shooter Educational Publishers. At the time they could not accept her contribution to African authorship. With the passing of time, raising children single-handedly, keeping a 9-5+ job what would have been a book, became a dream deferred.
A decade later and the ache to author had ma and her beloved friend Mandie visiting the Mother City to meet publishers, authors, translators, and government writing institutions such as The National Library. Continue reading “Practical Tips on writing, editing & publishing from renown S.A authors”