BOOKS

New collection of South African feminist essays to launch in February 2018

By Jen Thorpe

Exciting news!

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Next month will see the release of a collection of feminist essays and poems by 31 South African feminists. The collection, published by Kwela and edited by Jen Thorpe, includes writing from some of South Africa’s most exciting feminists.

The collection, Feminism Is, explores what feminism is to the contributors and touches on issues as wide-ranging as motherhood, anger, sex, race, inclusions and exclusions, the noisy protests and the quiet struggles.

Contributors include:

  • Pumla Dineo Gqola
  • Danielle Alyssa Bowler
  • Colleen Higgs
  • Ferial Haffajee
  • Haji Mohamed Dawjee
  • Gugu Mhlungu
  • Joy Watson
  • Thembe Mahlaba
  • Aaisha Dadi Patel
  • Anja Venter
  • Bongeka Masango
  • Rebecca Davis
  • Nwabisa Mda
  • B Camminga
  • Nomalanga Mkhize
  • Gabeba Baderoon
  • Helen Moffett
  • Owethu Makhatini
  • Dela Gwala
  • Larissa Klazinga
  • Vuyiseka Dubula
  • Genna Gardini
  • Tlaleng Mofokeng
  • Kathleen Dey
  • Kagure Mugo
  • Jen Thorpe
  • Neoka Naidoo
  • Louise Ferreira
  • Nancy Richards
  • Michelle Hattingh
  • Sarah Koopman

This collection will challenge your thinking and inspire you to action, reaffirming the urgent necessity of feminism in South Africa today. A portion of the proceeds of the book will be donated to the amazing Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust.

The collection will launch on 13 March 2018 at the Book Lounge in Cape Town, with launches to follow in KZN and Gauteng. The book will be available at all good bookstores from 26 February. Contact your favourite store to pre-order!

Get excited!!!

For all publicity and media queries please contact Helené Prinsloo via helene.prinsloo@nb.co.za

 

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