Clare Houston’s debut novel peels back the onion skin of our complicated past.
The story of life in the British concentration camps where Boers were held isn’t often told in contemporary local fiction. Clare Houston’s debut novel, An Unquiet Place, casts a fictional light on this episode of our history.
Here's a selection of my published short fiction, poems, essays, diaries and journalism, as well as articles about my work. Email email@example.com
About Arja Salafranca
Arja Salafranca has published three collections of poetry, A Life Stripped of Illusions, which received the Sanlam Award for poetry, The Fire in which we Burn; and Beyond Touch (2015) which was a co-winner of the SALA Awards. Her fiction has been published online, in anthologies and journals, and is collected in her debut collection, The Thin Line, long listed for the Wole Soyinka Award. She has participated in a number of writers’ conferences, edited two anthologies and has received awards for her poetry and fiction. Her next book is a collection of creative non-fiction essays, travel writing, personal essays and journal entries, to be published by Modjaji in 2019. She lives in Johannesburg.
Interviews with me
To read an interview with me about The Edge of Things, published in Voila! in 2011, click here
To read an interview with me published on The Star, October 28 2010, click here
To read a 2010 interview with me on The Dye Hard Interviews, click here
To read a 2010 interview with me on Litnet, click here
To read a 2005 interview with me on Litnet, click here.
To read a 2004 interview with me on Litnet, click here.