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February newsletter: new books, an unmissable publishing seminar, and more

February newsletter: new books, an unmissable publishing seminar, and more Welcome to 2020! Modjaji wishes all our readers, writers and book-lovers a wonderful year to come. Forthcoming titles WILL, the Passenger Delaying Flight… by Barbara Adair WILL, the Passenger Delaying Flight…, a novel that challenges conventional Western assumptions that all good novels have a clear story […]

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November Newsletter: Special offer, new releases, and other news

November Newsletter: Special offer, new releases, and other news Special Offer Modjaji turned 12 this year! To celebrate – and to make your festive shopping easier – we’re offering an R100 discount on your shopping basket (if you spend over R500) from now until 14 December, with free shipping in South Africa. Use the discount code HAPPYBIRTHDAY. Browse […]

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SPriNg MoDjAji PoP Up ShOp this weekend 13th & 14 September

Come along to the Modjaji Books Spring Pop Up Book Sale. All books are discounted, even the newest titles. And there are Bargain Boxes of books that have been Marie-Kondoed off Colleen Higgs’s bookshelves. We are also selling Deep South books, so think Mishka Hoosen, Kelwyn Sole, Lesego Rampolokeng and lots of others. You’ll also […]

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Modjaji welcomes the new year with two new soon-to-be-released titles

Modjaji is welcoming 2019, and our 12th year of publishing, with two new soon-to-be-released titles. In Trinity on Track, the much-awaited sequel to Fiona Snyckers’ YA novel Team Trinity, Trinity Luhabe returns to school for the second term of Grade Ten determined to solve the mystery of Jim Grey and how he died. We love the cover, designed by Toni Olivier […]

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The little book that could: A to Z of Amazing South African Women continues to amaze

When we did the Thundafund campaign for our A to Z of Amazing South African Women, author Ambre Nicolson affectionately referred to it as “The Little Book That Could”. Over a year since publication, it continues to amaze us with its traction. We’re delighted to share that Transnet has commissioned a bulk order of copies of An A to […]