Nobody ever said aids stories poems from southern africa compiled and edited by nobantu rasebotsa meg samuelson and kylie thomas reviewed by alina oswald the idea of an anthology of writings by or about people living with hiv aids in southern africa started in 2002 at a time when there was virtually no published creative writing in the region in english as explained in the introduction of nobody ever said aids. Full contents scanned poor quality at times sorry and uploaded in 6 files blurb hiv aids is not about statistics it is about people living and dying with the disease dealing daily with its impact here we hear their voices bearing witness. The title poem nobody ever said aids by young south african author eddie vulani maluleke is a poem that uses simple rhythms and images to convey the denial and resulting despair of the early years of the epidemic. Nobody ever said aids poems and stories from southern africa editors nobantu rasebotsa meg samuelson kylie thomas edition illustrated publisher kwela books 2004 isbn 0795701845 9780795701849 length 191 pages subjects
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