Prufrock is South Africa’s best magazine of new writing. In it you will find fiction, non-fiction and poetry in all of South Africa’s languages. It was first launched in May 2013 and continues to be an amazing source for new talent.
The latest edition is titled Sol Plaaitjie: Two articles and it includes the work of a few of the contributors mentioned below.
Andre Sales is a bookseller at Clarke’s Bookshop, and hosts occasional dinner parties at his home in the Bo-Kaap as La Petite Mort. To come to one of these dinner parties, email him at email@example.com
Genna Gardini is the author of Matric Rage (uHlanga, 2015), a collection of poetry from which her contribution in this issue is taken. She currently lives in Cape Town, where she works as a teacher and critic.
Phil Kramer is a musician, dj and very infrequent animator. he is currently at work on his first studio album, end of an era. you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rosa Lyster is a writer living in Cape Town. Her first book of poems, Modern Rasputin, will be published later this year.
Helen sullivan is the editor of Prufrock and writes a monthly column at Casimirtv.com