Masande Ntshanga

Masande Ntshanga is the winner of the inaugural PEN International New Voices Award in 2013, and a finalist for the Caine Prize in 2015. He received a Fulbright Award, an NRF Freestanding Masters scholarship, a Civitella Ranieri Fellowship and a Bundanon Trust Award. His work has appeared in The White Review, Chimurenga, VICE, n + 1, and Rolling Stone Magazine. His debut novel, The Reactive, was longlisted for the Etisalat Prize for Literature and a finalist for the Sunday Times Barry Ronge Fiction Prize.



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Under all circumstances, these testimonies are to be presented as a single communication. It is not possible to make sense of one without the others.
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he viewed writers as both admirable and pitiful mammals—cubs that had been separated from the pack too soon and were now frail and prone to neurasthenia; feckless neurotics, to be blunt, ruined for a life among other people, but also, because of their wandering, gifted with more sights and smells and insights than was average.
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it presented itself as fact even as it veered into the fantastic.”
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