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Karavan Press Authors Melissa A. Volker and Dawn Garisch will talk to John Maytham of Cape Talk about the divisions and connections between humans, animals and the environment in the Rosebank home of writer, editor and publisher Karina Magdalena Szczurek.


Dawn’s latest novel is the evocative meditation Breaking Milk, and Melissa’s are eco-romance thrillers Shadow Flicker and A Fractured Land. As a writer, medical doctor and founder of the Life Righting Collective, in her writing, Dawn explores the fascinating relationship between art and science. As a writer, blogger, environmentalist and SUP surfer, Melissa includes environmental themes in her stories to increase awareness about such topics as fracking and renewable energy in a palatable way that will not make readers feel disheartened. Both write about independent women and their relationships with the land in their home country, South Africa. 


Authors' bios:


Dawn Garisch




Melissa A Volker




John Maytham is 567 CapeTalk radio station's afternoon drive-time host. He is a trained actor who made the switch to radio more than twenty years ago, when he joined the news team at Capital Radio 604. He joined CapeTalk as news editor and breakfast host when it was started in 1997, and was the first person to speak on the station. He is the author of Rapid Fire: Remarkable Miscellany.



Karina Magdalena Szczurek is a writer, editor and literary critic. Most recently, she published The Fifth Mrs Brink, a memoir, You Make Me Possible: The Love Letters of Karina M. Szczurek and André Brink, and Hair: Weaving and Unpicking Stories of Identity (with Joanne Hichens). In 2019, she founded Karavan Press, an independent publishing house based in Cape Town.



When and where?



House Szczurek
Rosebank
Cape Town
South Africa
7700

Starts:
Thu 27 Feb 2020 at 6:00 PM (SAST)
Ends:
Thu 27 Feb 2020 at 8:30 PM (SAST)

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