House of Stone (Paperback)
Erschienen am 07.06.2018
Novuyo Rosa Tshuma is the author of the novel House of Stone, long listed for the 2019 Swansea University International Dylan Thomas Prize. In 2017, she received the Rockefeller Foundation’s prestigious Bellagio Center Literary Arts Residency Award for her work. A graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop (2015), where she was a Maytag Fellow and a recipient of a Rydson Award for Excellence in Fiction, she is a native of Zimbabwe and has lived in South Africa and the USA. Shadows, her short story collection, was published to critical acclaim by Kwela in South Africa (2013) and awarded the 2014 Herman Charles Bosman Prize for the best literary work in English. Novuyo’s writing has been featured in numerous anthologies, most recently McSweeney’s and The Displaced: Refugee Writers on Refugee Lives edited by Viet Thanh Nguyen. Novuyo serves on the Editorial Advisory Board and is a fiction editor at The Bare Life Review, a journal of refugee and immigrant literature based in San Fransisco. www.novuyotshuma.com.
Longlisted for the Dylan Thomas Prize, 2019 Skinny's Book of the Year, 2018 'Extraordinary' Guardian Bukhosi has gone missing. His father, Abed, and his mother, Agnes, cling to the hope that he has run away, rather than been murdered by government thugs. Only the lodger seems to have any idea. Zamani has lived in the spare room for years now. Quiet, polite, well-read and well-heeled, he's almost part of the family - but almost isn't quite good enough for Zamani. Cajoling, coaxing and coercing Abed and Agnes into revealing their sometimes tender, often brutal life stories, Zamani aims to steep himself in borrowed family history, so that he can fully inherit and inhabit its uncertain future. Shortlisted for the Zimbabwean International Women's Awards