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    Brilliant new voice from South Africa

    Trained as a lawyer, SJ Naudé spent many years working in New York and London before returning to his native South Africa to begin a new career. Writing in Afrikaans he created suite of stories exploring the experiences of South Africans at home and abroad as they struggle to place themselves in the world. His debut collection has now been translated into English by the author himself. These are not stories for those who prefer a traditional narrative arc. Naudé writes with a cinematic eye. The violent storms that stretch across the open South African skies in “The Van” are breathtaking, the slow and painful disintegration of a parent dying of cancer portrayed “A Master from Germany” and “War, Blossoms” are heartrending. Images and motifs recur. Illness and death. Sex and drugs. Love and loss. Music and birds. With a language that is poetic and precise, he focuses his attention on sounds and silences, brutality and fragility; opening wounds and blurring boundaries between identities. His characters tend to become increasingly opaque, mysterious even to themselves and speak to the profound dislocation of those who find themselves far from home or unable to make sense of shifting realities in the place they once called home.
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