Zimbabwe was once the publishing capital of southern Africa. It used to host the best book fair in Africa. But years of neglect, as with Zimbabwe itself, [have revived the saying]: ‘We cannot eat books.’ With few visitors and even fewer sales, neither can the publishers.
— AfricaFocus, December 12, 2006.
- “Drawing on Zimbabwe’s Rich Culture: Author Ruzvidzo Stanley Mupfudza believes writing saved his life”, OhmyNews International, March 31, 2007.
- “Poetry and Race Relations in Zimbabwe: An interview with author John Eppel,” OhmyNews International, February 4, 2007.
- “Zimbabwe: One of the World’s Worst Places to be a Journalist,” OhmyNews International, January 25, 2007.
- “The Realities of a Hard-Felt Life: An interview with Zimbabwean filmaker, playwright and author Rory Kilalea,” OhmyNews International, January 9, 2007.
- “Writing Thrives On Conflict: An interview with Zimbabwean playwright and author Christopher Mlalazi,” OhmyNews International, December 23, 2006.
- “Women Who’ve Fought, Won or Lost: An interview with Author Lilian Masitera,” Mahogany, November/December 1999, republished on Conversations with Writers, November 25, 2005.