I found myself in the thick of things I shut my eyes experimentally, opened them again If I was dreaming, the scene should change but no, everything was exactly as it had been before So begins A Labour of Moles, by one of South Africa s most important writers, Ivan Vladislavic a story which takes the reader into a realm utterly alien and at the same time as familiar as the letters forming the words on the page and the very building blocks of fiction. Read A Labour of Moles by Ivan Vladislavić – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com
Ivan Vladislavi is a novelist, essayist and editor He lives in Johannesburg where he is a Distinguished Professor in Creative Writing at the University of the Witwatersrand His books include The Folly, The Restless Supermarket, Portrait with Keys and Double Negative Among his recent publications are Flashback Hotel, a compendium of early stories The Loss Library, a reflection on writing and 101 Detectives, a collection of new short stories He has edited volumes on architecture and art His work has won several prizes, including the University of Johannesburg Prize, the Sunday Times Fiction Prize and the Alan Paton Award for non fiction In 2015, he was awarded the Windham Campbell Prize for fiction by Yale University.
- Sewn paperback with dust jacket
- 44 pages
- A Labour of Moles
- Ivan Vladislavić
- 11 June 2019 Ivan Vladislavić