In: Stories

Here, I am / by Kazeka Mashologu-Kuse

I have never forgotten the first time I saw an erect penis. I’d never seen my

My Healer in Thee / by Boitumelo Lekalakala

Never did I think that the one person that I had dedicated my life to, for

Harass’n’ my Ass / by Duduetsang Makuse

You holler at me as though I was some hoe I can’t stroll through this street

The Noose / by Leah Gharbaharan

Because he looked at me with love; Possession and adrenaline entwined. Because he said the pain

Mmamotšatši / by Elizabeth Magakoa

Go rilwe ke a ratwa, Mme ka mimiela, Ka bitšwa ka Mmamoratwa, Bothata bja tšwa ka

Dreaming of Living / by Ursula van Lelyveld

There’s a bottle of wine on the table A woman is holding a glass A man’s

You Must be Crazy / by Prudence Mathebula

You must be crazy to think that I’m incomplete without you That I need you to

Double / by Carla Heuer

Of all the times there must have been a time that your hot fi nger torched

I Have So Little of Yours / by Ingrid Andersen

Your South African Communist Party tie-pin from the turn of the century; (Did you wear that

Revolution/ by Kerry Jane Gutridge

Through love, In love, We evolve In order to evolve We need to revolve When there