Sibongile Fisher


SIBONGILE FISHER is a writer based in South Africa. Her short story A Door Ajar won the 2016 Short Story Day Africa Prize, was shortlisted for the 2017 Brittle Paper Literary Prize and the 2018 Nommo Awards. She won the 2018 Brittle Paper Literary Award for Creative non-fiction for her essay The Miseducation of Gratitude published by Afroanthology in Selves Anthology 2018. She is passionate about accessibility to arts and technology for teenagers across the globe. Her publications credits include: Migrations, SSDA; Between The Pillar And The Post, Diartkonageng; Selves, Afro Anthology; Prufrock Magazine; Mail & amp; Guardian; and Black Tax: Burden or Ubuntu, Jonathan Ball Publishers.

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