Lethokuhle Msimang, a South African poet and writer, born in Durban KwaZulu-Natal. Graduated with a B.A. in Literary Studies and Creative Arts at the American University of Paris. Her poems have appeared in New Coin Poetry, Hanging Loose, and The Paris/Atlantic. She is the founder of the South African Oral History Project, presently focused on the documentation of the Delville Wood Memorial and the role of South African Native Labour Corps. She is currently completing a book of linked short stories Tales of the Orange Time of Day.

WIFI女人知道每一家餐馆和咖啡馆的WIFI密码; 花人有能力在任何地方种出一朵花。 超级英雄并不总是富有魅力,但他们都有一个故事要讲。 这个工作坊将让参与者想象各种超级英雄,并通过小说和诗歌把他们变为现实。



WIFI Woman knows the WIFI password for every restaurant and café she walks into; Flower Man has the power to plant a flower in anything. Superheroes are not always glamorous, but all of them have a story to tell. This workshop will challenge participants to imagine superheroes of all kinds, and write them into existence through fiction and poetry.