Sunday, 26 June 2011
NOT ANOTHER DAY by Julius Chingono
Julius Chingono was born on a commercial farm and worked for most of life as a blaster on the mines before late in life becoming a published author.
I have reviewed his very fine collection of poetry and short stories, NOT ANOTHER DAY, at Africa Book Club. If you're not going to click through, let me just leave you with this lovely little sample of his work, the poem AFRICAN SUN:
The African Sun
even upon dictators
Sets even upon despots
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