Voices of Belonging und Resistance

This programme invites writers to share their cartography of becoming, how their writing empowered identity evaluations, supported the discovery of new possibilities of participation and dissent. A collaboration of the The Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre (JHGC) and the Sylt Foundation.

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Di Lu Galay: The Sorcerer's Truck
(75 pages, e-book, 15 Euro)
order your e-book: books@syltfoundation.com
soft cover book available in South Africa only: ZAR 150

The Sylt Foundation is delighted to make one of the strong voices of Burmese contemporary poetry available in a new English translation.

This new poetry collection of Burmese poet Di Lu Galay integrates the essence of the Sylt Foundation's approach to collaboration.
A collaboration of Di with South African writer Maren Bodenstein enabled a new translation into English, the artworks of the artists Thu Kim Vu and Sally Whines add another layer and perspective to Di`s poems.
The collaboration with the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre made this book possible as it is a product of our series: Voices Of Belonging and Resistance.



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