IWP Alum Maxine Case Live Discussion, Feb. 11

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The Writing University website hosted an online chat with South African writer and International Writing Program alum Maxine Case at 3:00 p.m. (CST) Thursday, Feb. 11th. Maxine was joined by Zuki Wanner in the discussion. They discussed their experience in the international writing community, as well as other literary topics. To read Maxine's work visit the IWP website.

Read an archive of the discussion:
Maxine Case and Zuki Wanner

Maxine Case (fiction writer, novelist; South Africa) is a senior writer for the non-profit Cape Town Partnership. She contributes to a number newspapers and magazines, including Real Simple, Reader’s Digest and O Magazine. Her short story “Homing Pigeons” was included in African Compass: New Writing from Southern Africa 2005. In 2007, her debut novel All We Have Left Unsaid won the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best First Book in Africa, and, jointly, the Herman Charles Bosman Award. She participates courtesy of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the US Department of State.

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