Imraan Coovadia is a writer and director of the creative writing program at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He is the author most recently of a novel, The Institute for Taxi Poetry (2012), winner of the M-Net Prize, and a collection of essays, Transformations (2012) which won the South African Literary Award for Creative Non-Fiction. In 2010 his novel High Low In-between won the Sunday Times Fiction Prize and the University of Johannesburg prize. He has published a scholarly monograph with Palgrave, Authority and Authorship in V.S. Naipaul (2009), two earlier novels, and a number of journal articles. His fiction has been published in a number of countries, and he has written for many newspapers, journals, and magazines here and overseas, including The New York Times, N+1, Agni, The Times of India, and Threepenny Review.BOOKMARK
Best Friends and Worst Enemies: Years of the Dog in South Africa
Dogs in South African politics, culture, and literature.
A South African Novel about E.M. Forster
IN NOVEMBER 1911 E. M. Forster began a novel organized around the opposition between the heroic personality, longing to fight and