The short story, Poached Eggs, is the joint winner inaugural Gerald Kraak Award. Featured in Pride and Prejudice Anthology, published by The Other Foundation, (South Africa).
Pride and Prejudice is a collection of the short-listed entries to the inaugural award, named after Gerald Kraak (1956–2014), who was a passionate champion of social justice and an anti-apartheid activist.
Poached Eggs is described as a subtle, slow and careful rendering of the everyday rhythms of domestic terror that pays homage to the long history of women’s resistance; yet with wit and humour and grit, the story also sings of freedom, of resistance and the desire to be unbound.
The Helper of Cattle
The Helper of Cattle, a short story commissioned by Comma Press for Conradology; Celebrating the work of Joseph Conrad. Available for purchase.
Born in what is now Ukraine to Polish parents, naturalised as a British citizen, and schooled on the high seas of international commerce, Joseph Conrad was a true citizen of the world. His novels bore witness to the dehumanising repercussions of empire, explored a world in which state-sponsored terrorism ruined individuals’ lives, and pioneered complex narrative structures and subjective points-of-view in what was to become the first wave of literary modernism.
To mark his 160th birthday, 14 authors and critics from Britain, Poland and elsewhere have come together to celebrate his legacy with new pieces of fiction and non-fiction…