Tag: James Clarke


Overkill by James Clarke

Ninety percent of the world’s megafauna (its larger creatures) have disappeared since humans migrated from Africa and fanned out across the rest of the world. Within a very short time the megafauna – mammoths, mastodons, woolly rhinoceros and the huge...

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Overkill by James Clarke

Old Iron by James Clarke

James Clarke’s short story “Old Iron” was nominated by PEN South Africa for the 2016 PEN International New Voices Award, along with Beatrice Willoughby’s poems “The Mad, Sad, Rad Collection“. PEN Afrikaans nominated Frederick J Botha and his story “Please...

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Old Iron by James Clarke

Q&A with 2016 New Voices Award Nominee James Clarke

James Clarke’s short story “Old Iron” was nominated by PEN South Africa for the 2016 PEN International New Voices Award, along with Beatrice Willoughby’s poems “The Mad, Sad, Rad Collection“. PEN Afrikaans nominated Frederick J Botha and his story “Please...

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Q&A with 2016 New Voices Award Nominee James Clarke