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The Short Story is Dead, Long Live the Short Story!

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Book Title
The Short Story is Dead, Long Live the Short Story!
Author
Book Lingo
ISBN
9780987016287
The Short Story is Dead, Long Live the Short Story! volume 1 (title inspired by Don Makatile) is a collection of short stories and poems celebrating Short Story Day Africa 2012. This collection features authors from SA to Nigeria: Lauri Kubuitsile (Botswana), Ashraf Booley (SA), Don Makatile (SA), Brigitte Poirson (SA), Chiaka Obasi (Nigeria), Tebogo Ndlovu (Zimbabwe), Emmanuel Ogukwe (Nigeria), Cindi Page (SA), Fiona Khan (SA), Tosin Otitoju (Nigeria), Sitawa Namwalie (Kenya), Saurell Boyers (SA), Zimkhitha Sulelo (SA), Treasure Mndeni Ngobese (SA), Obinna Udenwe (Nigeria), Louis-francois Smit (SA), Lazola Pambo (SA), Yomi Oguntoyinbo (Nigeria), Michelle Preen (SA)

The Short Story is Dead, Long Live the Short Story! volume 1 (title inspired by Don Makatile) is a collection of short stories and poems celebrating Short Story Day Africa 2012.

This collection features authors from SA to Nigeria: Lauri Kubuitsile (Botswana), Ashraf Booley (SA), Don Makatile (SA), Brigitte Poirson (SA), Chiaka Obasi (Nigeria), Tebogo Ndlovu (Zimbabwe), Emmanuel Ogukwe (Nigeria), Cindi Page (SA), Fiona Khan (SA), Tosin Otitoju (Nigeria), Sitawa Namwalie (Kenya), Saurell Boyers (SA), Zimkhitha Sulelo (SA), Treasure Mndeni Ngobese (SA), Obinna Udenwe (Nigeria), Louis-francois Smit (SA), Lazola Pambo (SA), Yomi Oguntoyinbo (Nigeria), Michelle Preen (SA)

The Short Story is Dead, Long Live the Short Story! volume 1 (title inspired by Don Makatile) is a collection of short stories and poems celebrating Short Story Day Africa 2012.

This collection features authors from SA to Nigeria: Lauri Kubuitsile (Botswana), Ashraf Booley (SA), Don Makatile (SA), Brigitte Poirson (SA), Chiaka Obasi (Nigeria), Tebogo Ndlovu (Zimbabwe), Emmanuel Ogukwe (Nigeria), Cindi Page (SA), Fiona Khan (SA), Tosin Otitoju (Nigeria), Sitawa Namwalie (Kenya), Saurell Boyers (SA), Zimkhitha Sulelo (SA), Treasure Mndeni Ngobese (SA), Obinna Udenwe (Nigeria), Louis-francois Smit (SA), Lazola Pambo (SA), Yomi Oguntoyinbo (Nigeria), Michelle Preen (SA)