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Telepresence (Gambit Shorts)

Telepresence Gambit Shorts Novuyo Rosa Tshuma Zimbabwe writes about what happens when a virtual relationship becomes one of the flesh Alongside an interview with the author this story originally appeared in the anthology Gambi

  • Title: Telepresence (Gambit Shorts)
  • Author: Novuyo Rosa Tshuma
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Novuyo Rosa Tshuma Zimbabwe writes about what happens when a virtual relationship becomes one of the flesh.Alongside an interview with the author, this story originally appeared in the anthology Gambit Newer African Writing The Mantle, 2014.

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    1. Novuyo Rosa Tshuma

      Novuyo Rosa Tshuma born 28 January 1988 is a Zimbabwean writer She is best known for her 2013 debut collection titled Shadows, a novella and short story book.Tshuma was born and grew up in Bulawayo, a major city in Zimbabwe She completed her high school education at Girls College, Bulawayo where she studied Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and French for her A Levels She is an alumna of the University of Witwatersrand, where she studied Economics and Finance In 2009, her short story You in Paradise won the Intwasa Short Story Competition now Yvonne Vera Award for short fiction before she shot to recognition in 2013 following the release of her collection Shadows, which was published by Kwela Books Shadows was nominated at the 2014 Etisalat Prize for Literature and also won the Herman Charles Bosman Prize In 2014, Tshuma was enlisted as part of Africa39, a collaborative project by Hay Festival and Rainbow Book Club, which recognises top writers from Africa under the age of 40 A one time Magtag Fellow at the MFA Creative Writing Programme at the University of Iowa, Tshuma is presently pursuing her PhD at the University of Houston s Literature Creative Writing Programme

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