You Can't Get Lost in Cape Town (stories)
Playing in the Light
Marlene van Niekerk, Triomf
Margaret McCord (white), The Calling of Katie Makanya
(I had a much longer list, but these ones look tempting enough to pursue immediately.)
And all of those are available via ILL. I may add Nelson Mandela's autobiography to the list (because there ought to be a Messiah, right?), and am toying with the idea of buying _Women in South African History_ by Nomboniso Gasa, which I discovered over at The Angry Black Woman's blog. While I was there, I figured I'd read the archived posts she's got listed as required reading, and that was really enjoyable. Living in Brookline, NH is at times a bit challenging; in Seattle, I'd surrounded myself with people who were good at raising my consciousness. I don't much care for the reverse situation.
But it was a little weird to see the post about the Pirates sequel. Check it out:
I _remember_ being pissed off about the cannibalism, but I only posted about the sexism (coded as vagina dentata at Captain Jack).