Imraan Coovadia on The Institute for Taxi Poetry

Source: slipnet.co.za

In today’s newspaper – The Witness, Margaret Von Klemperer has a beautiful article on Imraan Coovadia’s latest book, The Institute for Taxi Poetry.

Margaret, at the beginning of the article, writes that a large part of Coovadia’s book can be read as a satire on university life, and on the business of teaching creativity.

The issues discussed in the article ranges from questions about teaching writing to Coovadia’s yet-to-be-released non-fictional book.

Margaret has also written a wonderful review which tells what the book is all about.

Source: The Witness (May 23, 2012)

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3 Responses to Imraan Coovadia on The Institute for Taxi Poetry

  1. winstonsdad says:

    What a great title for a book ,all the best stu

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  2. Geosi, this sounds like it would be an interesting and thought provoking book.

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  3. zibilee says:

    So great that newspapers are giving coverage to books and authors. I wish there could be more of that!

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