Panashe CHIGUMADZI

Africa
Eastern Africa
Zimbabwe
Southern Africa
South Africa
English

Panashe CHIGUMADZI (novelist, essayist; South Africa/Zimbabwe) is the author of the novel Sweet Medicine, which won the 2016 K. Sello Duiker Literary Award. Her work has appeared in The New York Times,The Guardian, Die Zeit, and elsewhere. A founding editor of Vanguard Magazine, a platform for black women in post-apartheid South Africa, she curated, in 2016, Soweto’s Abantu Book Festival for black readers and writers. Beautiful Hair for a Landless People is her forthcoming book of essays.  She participates courtesy of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State.

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