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»Short Writings from Bulawayo III exhibits some of the bravest writings to come out of contemporary Zimbabwe, openly addressing the country's socio-economic and political crisis.«
Tins Magaba
»Here, the realities of society are captured in motion, as they happen, with the socio-economic hardships in Zimbabwe today continuing to offer a fertile template for literary works. The short stories and poetry collected here are a reflection of the diversity of cultures, races and generations from which Zimbabwean writers come.«
Phillip Chidavaenzi
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Short Writings from Bulawayo III

The third in the prize winning Short Writings from Bulawayo series - a collection of 25 short stories and 7 poems about life in Zimbabwe. In the collection are: writers who have stayed in Zimbabwe, who have passed through or who live in the diaspora; writers who have won the Caine Prize for African Writing, the Welsh Book of the Year Award, the M-Net Prize, the Ingrid Jonker Prize, the National Arts Merit Award; writers who are known, and writers who will be known. All tell stories. All will contribute to a bright future for writing in Zimbabwe.
Short Writings from Bulawayo III
edited by Jane Morris
2006
ISBN 0-7974-3131-4
149 pages