Cabin Fever by Diane Awerbuck
01 Jul 2011
Here is the lost history of the Observatory Library Lady; a swimming lesson for some Kimberley wedding guests; the secret tunnel beneath Beach Road in Sea Point. Part-myth, part-memoir, Cabin Fever details other people’s dreams and terrors, and how they merge with ours. These short stories portray a reality that is often brutal, and probe the notion of personal responsibility. When should you intervene?
About the author:
Diane Awerbuck is a novelist and teacher. She is the author of Gardening at Night, winner of the Commonwealth Best First Book Award for Africa and the Caribbean, Cabin Fever, a collection of short stories, and Home Remedies. Her doctorate, The Spirit and the Letter: Trauma, Warblogs and the Public Sphere was published in 2012.
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