As we come to the end of Womens’ Month, I am sad to be drawing the curtain on my Women and Words series. I had a great time learning a little bit more about these awesome women and their journeys with words. As you know Zimbabwe is home to me, so I thought what better way to end the series than with a Zimbabwean bang! The lady I feature today is another beauty who just knows her way with ink.
SM: Why isn’t writing your full time job?
SM: hat do you think should be done to make poetry a major art industry in Africa like we have seen the African music industry become in recent years?
SM: Are you involved in any projects currently?
SM: You seem to have such a busy schedule, how do you manage to juggle and balance everything?
SM: Did you have any fears when you started? How did you overcome them?
SM: Do you think your gender affects how you or your work are perceived and received by your audiences and peers?
SM: What is the one thing you have learnt since you started writing that you didn’t know before and one you wish you knew when you made that decision to start writing?
SM: What’s your advice to a young girl who wants to follow the same path you took to become a writer?
SM: What do you enjoy more, spoken word or written poetry??
A special thank you to Kudsy, Getrud, Anastasia and Ty’ra for helping me turn my dream to reality this month! You are all such gems and a blessing to work with.