New Contrast 205


New Contrast is one of the first South African literary journals and it is devoted to publishing the best of poetry and prose, art, reviews and interviews from both local and international authors.

In this issue you can look forward to reading the poetry and prose by authors such as Sue Nyamnjoh, Kobus Moolman, Yewande Omotoso, Karen Jennings and many more.

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New Contrast 205


Phelelani Makhanya “A hanging dream” 23
Kerry Hammerton “Dancing” 25
Olwethu Mxoli “Blawa Weekend” 26
Olwethu Mxoli “Mother tongue” 28
Mangaliso Buzani “The dry tongue” 30
Sue Nyamnjoh “A pauper’s burial” 32
Kobus Moolman “What He Wished For” 33
Kobus Moolman “Daily Duty” 35
Jacques Coetzee “Small Miracle” 39
Paul Kammies “The moon’s reflection in a bucket of mop water” 40
Madeleine Bazil “Earthsong” 41
Stephen Symons “The Interview” 42
Alexander Murie “New Perspectives (after Mafika Gwala’s ‘Perspectives’)” 50
Alexander Murie “Square on Loadshedding and the Moon” 52
Shane van der Hoven “i always wondered what white poets” 53
Zeenit Jacobs “The Traveller’s Companion” 54
Rizwan Ahktar “Encounter” 55
Francesco Nassimbeni “Tenebris” 56


Yewande Omotoso “Excerpt from The Nine Lives of The General” 59
Karen Jennings “Excerpt from Crooked Seeds” 64
Pravasan Pillay “A Fistful of Dhal” 67
Frankie Murrey “Unwrapping” 72
Hedley Twidle “The Best a Man Can Get” 75


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