Tuesday, 05 February 2008

Born free

Independent literary publishing has existed in South Africa for decades, and has in the past been manifest mainly in the production of literary journals such as The Purple Renoster and Ophir in the 1960-1970s and Staffrider in the 1980s. Until about 1994, independent publishers were faced with two main challenges – access to the huge amounts of capital required for conventional production and printing, and government censorship.... Read more here

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