Entries by Dale Wyngaard

Tony Ullyatt

Tony Ullyatt is an award-winning author, scriptwriter, playwright, literary critic, poet and translator. He was born in Nottingham and educated in the United Kingdom, India, Kenya and South Africa. From 1983 to 2003, he was professor of English at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, South Africa. He is currently adjunct professor and […]

Joan Hambidge

Joan Hambidge is a poet, novelist critic and public intellectual. She teaches Afrikaans and Creative Writing at the University of Cape Town and serves on the Council of Stellenbosch University. Her poetry has been the recipient of the Eugène Marais and ATKV prizes. She writes a well-known blog Woorde wat weeg which can be found […]

Kambani Ramano

Of Nsenga and Venda descent, Kambani Ramano is a poet and photographer and a global wanderer of sorts. With an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Cape Town, his poetry is an examination of crisis and faith, and seeks to draw beauty from the ash-heap of life. His work has appeared in New […]

Stephen Symons

Stephen Symons is a practising graphic designer and poet. He holds an MA in Creative Writing (with distinction) from the University of Cape Town and is currently completing a PhD in Historical Studies. His poetry, essays and short-fiction have been published in journals, magazines and various anthologies, locally and internationally, including Prufrock, Carapace, Stanzas, New […]

Michèle Betty

Michèle Betty is the poetry editor of New Contrast:  The South African Literary Journal and the founder of Dryad Press (Pty) Ltd, a bespoke poetry publishing company dedicated to the promotion and publication of poetry in South Africa.  She has a BA LLB from the University of Witwatersrand and an MA in Creative Writing from […]

Beverly Rycroft

Beverly Rycroft was born in the eastern Cape and is a graduate of the University of Cape Town and the University of the Witwatersrand. A qualified teacher, she taught widely at various schools before turning full-time to writing and journalism. Her debut poetry collection, missing, won the 2012 Ingrid Jonker award and in 2013, she […]