»So why is a total eclipse so exciting? It is not just that it goes dark during the day - it is one of nature’s most wonderful spectacles, a magical world of the shimmering light from the solar corona and the ‘all-around’ sunset.«
from The Day the Moon Ate the Sun
Brian is Professor Emeritus of Applied Mathematics at the National University of Science and Technology in Bulawayo. He is one of the directors of ’amaBooks Publishers.
Brian’s short story Mpofu’s Sleep was published in Laughing Now by Weaver Press.
amaBooks writings by Brian Jones
Co-author, non-fiction book: Southern Africa’s 2002 Eclipse: The Day the Moon Ate the Sun