Breaking the Silence: Murmurs of the Girl in Me by POWA Women's Writing Competition

By POWA Women's Writing Competition

Murmurs of the woman in Me is a suite of poems, own essays and brief tales informed from the point of view of the woman inside of, from the instant of violence and during her struggles to outlive and to reconcile a dating together with her current self. The entries got here from a variety of ladies of every age, in 5 reliable languages and from assorted backgrounds and reviews from throughout South Africa. They contain validated writers, in addition to the literary debut of clean, cutting edge voices.

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