The Cape Times ran an excellent review of A Body Remembered in the Friday 11 December edition in the main body of the paper. Attached below you can find a scan of the original article, or search for it on IOL.
Since early 2009 David has been working on a documentary on the history of punk in South Africa as an associate producer. Now, based on the ten-minute promo version of the film, SPINearth.tv chose “Three Chords, Four Countries, One Revolution: Punk in Africa” as one of the ‘Best of 2009: … Read More
Indulgence Coffee shop and book club has invited me to speak at their next gathering, which takes place on 21 November at 2:30pm. I will be giving some insights into the origins and techniques of the stories in my collection, “A Body Remembered” and answering questions from you guys. Books … Read More
So, there have been some delays getting my book, ‘A Body Remembered’ onto shelves around the country. However, that is now coming right! So, if you are in CT or DBN areas, the following stores have stock: CLARKES WORDSWORTH – LONG BEACH MALL WORDSWORTH – WILLOWBRIDGE THE BOOK LOUNGE EXCLUSIVE … Read More
The Weekender ran a very nice piece on me on Saturday 26 September in their review section. It was a profile based on an interview by the intrepid Fred De Vries. If you are not a regular reader of The Weekender, you might know Fred from his book of columns, … Read More
The Book Lounge has been confirmed as the venue for the Cape Town launch of “A Body Remembered” on Wednesday 16 September. Relatively new on the Cape Town scene, the Book Lounge has already garnered a reputation for itself as the coolest book shop in the Cape. They have hosted … Read More