Blessing Musariri is one of Zimbabwe’s most exciting young literary writers. Her books for children have won national awards, and she is becoming a notable screenwriter. She is part of the Crossing Borders Project, an international creative writing scheme supported by the British Council and Lancaster University in the UK.
- “Blessing Musariri“, Profile, Writers of Zimbabwe, 2005.
- “Women’s film festival to be held early November,” Dominican Today, October 17, 2006.
- “Writing residency turning point for contemporary African writers,” By Tinashe Mushakavanhu, The Sunday Mail, February 27, 2005.
- “Local writers shortlisted for prize,” By Stanley Kwenda, The Financial Gazette, February 6, 2005
- “New African Writers to Compete for Caine Prize,” emediawire, January 23, 2005.
- “Counting Down the Hours,” Short Story, Blessing Musariri, AuthorMe.com, 2005.
- “Too Close for Comfort“, Short Story, Blessing Musariri, AuthorMe.com, 2005.
- “The Adventures of Baraka Blackbird,” Short Story, Blessing Musariri, Crossing Borders Magazine, Issue 2.