Tyhini is an annual magazine featuring work produced by students and staff of the Rhodes University MA in creative writing course.
Taking its name from a Xhosa exclamation of astonishment, disbelief, sometimes skepticism, Tyhini is published in English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa. Each issue features short stories, personal meditations and essays, poetry and excerpts from debut novels.
Tyhini 2014 features work by Jo-Ann Bekker, Ayanda Billie, José Claassen, Brian Dingle, Jana du Plessis, Connie Fick, Zukile Fundakubi, Henali Kuit, Kerry Hammerton, Napo Masheane, Zongezile Matshoba, Jeannie McKeown, Moses Mtileni, Kabelo Mofokeng, Thabiso Mofokeng, Shelter Musavengana, Chwayita Ngamlana, Simphiwe Nolutshungu, Maruping Phepheng, Louella Sullivan, Tania Terblanche, Laura Watermeyer, Daniel Whitehorn. More here
Tyhini 2013 features new work by Saaleha Bamjee, Phakama Mbonambi, Fundile Majola, Tim van Niekerk, Patricia Crain, Anirood Singh, Mikaila Thurgood, Elmé Vivier, David wa Maahlamela, Maserame June Madingwane, Sabata-mpho Mokae, Adèle Thomas, Keshav Maharaj, Gideon Strydom, Mike Sutherns, Mangaliso W. Buzani, Mbongisi Dyantyi, Marike Beyers, Mishka Hoosen, Vonani Bila. More here
Tyhini 2012 features new work by Saaleha Bamjee, Marike Beyers, Vonani Bila, Irene de Moor, Hailey Gaunt, Andile M-Afrika, Sabata Mokae, Chloe Molino, Jayne Morgan, Sylvestre Ntabajyana, Isabel Rawlins, Graham Conan Reed, Aslam Seedat, Anirood Singh, Gideon Strydom, Adèle Thomas, Tim van Niekerk and Elmé Vivier. More here.
Tyhini 2011 features new work by Reneilwe Malatji, Megan van der Nest, Namhla Tshisela, Bernat Kruger, Ruth Woudstra, Oliver Cartwright, Songeziwe Mahlangu and Liz Gowans. More here
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