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Watch Rebecca Davis & Haji Mohamed Dawjee Debunk The Myths of Being a Woman Writer

Watch the latest episode of Pap Culture.

South African writers and authors Rebecca Davis & Haji Mohamed Dawjee recently sat down to answer questions curated by the YouTuber trio Pap Culture.


Davis and Dawjee were asked to debunk some myths about being a woman, a woman writer and a writer.

The authors discussed the fragility of male ego, race, the celebrity that comes (or doesn't) with writing a book, among other topics.

They did all this with a touch of humor and sarcasm, which makes you wish the video was a bit longer.

Both Davis and Dawjee will be speaking at the Open Book Festival happening between 5 September and 9 September in Cape Town. They will be discussing their latest books, Self Helpless and Sorry Not Sorry.

For more info on the Open Book Festival, visit their website.

Watch the video below:

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