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~ Anton Chekhov

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~ Dr. Suess

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Author Profile: Anton Harber

History . Anton Harber is the Caxton Professor of Journalism and Media Studies and director of the Journalism Programme at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. Harber has had a long career in journalism, media management and the training of journalists. After graduating from Wits University in 1980, Harber began his career as a cadet journalist […]

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Author Profile: Mark Gevisser

History . Mark Gevisser is one of South Africa’s leading authors and journalists. His next book  “Dispatcher”, about his personal relationship with his home-town Johannesburg, will be published by Farrar Straus Giroux and Atlantic Press in 2013. Gevisser has been awarded an Open Society Followship for 2012/13 working on The Sexuality Frontier. During his fellowship […]

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The Earth Chronicles series by Zecharia Sitchin

Author Zecharia Sitchin hs made a career out of suggesting that we are not alone in the universe – and even that we are not who we think we are. Mars-earth.com sheds some light. Possibly: The most recent Mars probe completely disappeared. The answer given to these enigmas are unsatisfactory, when weighted against the evidence […]

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Important Artifacts by Leanne Shapton

Important Artifacts…’ is not just a novel. It is also a work of art. Leanne Shapton, art director of the New York Times op-ed page and author of ‘Was She Pretty?’, presents us with the story of a relationship and its end. Now, as you and I both know, break-up stories are dime-a-dozen… But told […]

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