Volume 21 No. 1 & 2
# Article Title Author
1 Preface: 21 Years of Current Writing Margaret Lenta
2 Introduction: Conjectures on South African Literature Michael Chapman
3 Judging New ‘South African’ Fiction in the Transnational Moment Leon de Kock
4 Expanding ‘South Africanness’: Debut Novels Margaret Lenta
5 A Change of Thinking: White Women’s Writinga Eva Hunter
6 Picturing the African Diaspora in Recent Fiction J U Jacobs
7 Nadine Gordimer: Getting a Life after Apartheid Ileana Dimitriu
8 Ivan Vladislavić and What-What: Among Writers, Readers and “other odds, sods and marginals” Sally-Ann Murray
9 Ingrid Winterbach: Novelist (Interview) Margaret Lenta
10 “Sequestered from the winds of history”: Poetry and Politics beyond 2000 Michael Chapman
11 Afrikaans Poetry: New Voices Marius Crous
12 Antjie Krog: Towards a Syncretic Identity Helize van Vuuren
13 South African Theatre beyond 2000: Theatricalising the Unspeakable Marcia Blumberg
14 “…to remember is like starting to see”: South African Life Stories Today Annie Gagiano
15 Healing the Wounds of History: South African Indian Writing Devarakshanam Betty Govinden
16 New Beginnings in Zulu Literature Multiple Authors
17 Postcolonial Pomosexuality: Queer/ Alternative Fiction after Disgrace Cheryl Stobie
18 The Nonhuman Animal and Levinasian Otherness: Contemporary Narratives and Criticism Wendy Woodward
19 David Bell and Gerald Porter (eds). 2008. Riots in Literature. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Peter Titlestad
20 Antony Osler. 2008. Stoep Zen – A Zen Life in South Africa. Johannesburg: Jacana Media. Stephen Coan
21 Notes on Contributors The Editors
22 Notes on Contributors The Editors

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