African Sci-Fi Takes Off With Reissue of Zimbabwean Novel

Masimba Musodza's Shona-language work blurs the line between science-fiction and fantasy and is based firmly in local mythologies.

Masimba Musodza is a refreshingly unique writer from Zimbabwe. His small but eclectic body of work, so far, redefines many aspects of Zimbabwean literature. He infuses most of his writing with the spirit and ideals of Rastafarianism and from book to book experiments with style and genre.

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