Monthly Archives: June 2019
Paleontology, intellectual disagreements and the lure of Africa
“I have never understood the lure of Africa; at the end of this novel, I did. […] landscape descriptions are exquisite and closely observed. At the end, I felt I had been there, in these intense, parched African places, tasted … Continue reading
BOOK SIGNING OF “THE AFRIKANER” IN VAN!
Join me for a chat and book signing of my novel “The Afrikaner” (Guernica, Toronto, 2019) WHERE: Indigo Robson Bookstore (1033 Robson St, Vancouver) WHEN: Saturday, June 29, 1.30 pm-7.00 pm. The Afrikaner: “A tale of hate, love, guilt and … Continue reading
Life, Possibilities, and the Kalahari’s Many Secrets in The Afrikaner by Arianna Dagnino
“The Afrikaner (Guernica Editions, 2019) is a powerful novel set in extraordinary locations in Africa, where we encounter some mysterious people […]” Arianna Dagnino was born in Genova, Italy. After Moscow, London, and Boston, she worked in South Africa as … Continue reading