KEYS IN THE RIVER is a cycle of stories on economically-challenged, politically-torn, disease-ridden Zimbabwe, told as if the reader were sitting and listening to neighbors and friends talking about life. Some stories are tender, even comic;in others tragedy and outrage lurk.. The stories shares a common strand, a nobble stance in the struggle to find love, freedom, justice, completeness and satisfaction.See More
Tendai Rinos Mwanaka, was born in 1973, in Nyanga, Nyatate, Mapfurira village, in the remote eastern highlands of Zimbabwe. He is the author of "Voices from Exile," a collection of poetry on Zimbabwe's political situation and exile in South Africa (Lapwing Publications, 2010). He has written numerous articles and won several awards. "Revolution", "Logbook Written by a Drifter," and "Voices from Exile" were both short-listed for the Erbecce Press Poetry Prize. He was nominated for a Pushcart Award twice, once in 2008, and again in 2010, as well as commended for the Dalro Prize in 2008. He has published over 200 short stories, essays, memoirs, poems and visual art productions in over 100 magazines, journals, and anthologies in the following countries: USA, Ghana, Uganda, Zambia, Romania, UK, Canada, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Kenya, India, Italy, France, Spain, Cyprus, Australia
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