February proved an excellent month for novelist and filmmaker Siphiwe Gloria Ndlovu. Her latest novel, THE QUALITY OF MERCY, won Zimbabwe’s National Arts Merit Award (NAMA) in the Outstanding Fiction category. NAMA is administered by the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe and is the country’s highest honour.
February also brought news that her story ‘The Postman’ in THE YALE REVIEW were among three pieces that secured the journal’s shortlisting for the American Society of Magazine Editors’ Award for Fiction.
‘This is definitely a great time to be a Zimbabwean writer,’ Ndlovu said in a recent interview for WORLD LITERATURE TODAY. Click here to read the interview.
For available rights to Ndlovu’s work, click here.