NoViolet Bulawayo is the author of We Need New Names. NoViolet's story "Hitting Budapest," the opening chapter of the novel, won the 2011 Caine Prize for African Writing. NoViolet's other work has been shortlisted for the 2009 SA PEN Studzinsi Award, and has appeared in Callaloo, The Boston Review, Newsweek, and The Warwick Review, as well as in anthologies in Zimbabwe, South Africa and the UK. NoViolet recently earned her MFA at Cornell University, where her work has been recognized with a Truman Capote Fellowship. She will be attending Stanford in the fall as a Wallace Stegner Fellow for 2012-2014. NoViolet was born and raised in Zimbabwe
ARTICLES FEATURING NOVIOLET
Finding Her Voice: An interview with NoViolet Bulawayo
Meet Darling, the 10-year-old heroine of NoViolet Bulawayo’s Booker Long-listed novel, We Need New Names. Claire Cameron interviews this bold new voice in fiction....