Have You Heard of Cato Manor?
After a long absence, I am ready to share my successes with you yet again. I have recently concentrated on monthly dedicated publications, as time does not allow me anymore to produce weekly submissions. Please check out my debut publication in GloMag edited by the lovely Glory Sasikala from Chennai India,with uber talented 3D … Continue reading MY NAME IS ANUSHKA
I am buzzing to announce my participation in this worthy cause tomorrow in the name of poetry, freedom and democracy and my global reading debut! Link to this event will be shared soon! http://pensouthafrica.co.za/worldwide-reading-in-support-of-ashraf-fayadh-on-14-january-2016/ I am ready to continue the momentum this year and look forward to more collaborative publications! Let this year be … Continue reading Worldwide Reading in Support of Ashraf Fayadh on 14 January 2016
http://www.thepoetcommunity.com/3948/african-diva-a-poem-by-don-beukes#comment-559 My journey has just begun! This poem was the first to be published online. There is more to come from the archives of SalamanDer! Watch this space! African Diva I am the legend of millennia, My story still epically riddled with fear, At the dawn of time my worth rather sublime, My gift to … Continue reading My first publication in Poetry Community
Here is the exclusive interview by Gareth Cliff with the artist, Casper De Vries, who I collaborated with for the AAPstrak Exhibition in Johannesburg West, South Africa at the Alice Art Gallery in May 2015. This was my official debut South African Poetry launch in a unique and groundbreaking collaboration where 'Art meets Poetry' became … Continue reading AAPstrak Exhibition Interview with the artist CASPER DE VRIES
https://soundcloud.com/salamander-12/the-break-in?in=salamander-12/sets/poems-in-english This poem deals with a common crime not just in South Africa but globally, although international media prefer to highlight SA as a gangsta paradise without really knowing anything about the people who live there, thereby showing their ignorance and utter lack of knowledge of the people so far south of the equator! I … Continue reading THE BREAK-IN
This one is a translation from my AFRIKAANS poem from 'Huisgenoot', an Afrikaans family magazine which then published an English version 'YOU' These magazines became my window to the world during the 1980's whilst South Africa was gripped in the school boycotts against the apartheid regime and I found myself unwillingly amidst army attacks on my … Continue reading You ¤ Huisgenoot