South African poets on poetry: interviews from New coin 1992-2001
The depth and variety of South African poetry comes alive in these interviews, first published in the poetry journal New Coin. Twenty poets of the 1980s and 1990s talk about their aesthetics, their politics, and the impulses that drive their writing.
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