Bolt (1970-1975)

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Bolt, a periodical covering English language studies focussing on contemporary South African reviews, criticism and creative writing. The magazine aimed to be apolitical, without imposing any limitations, adding literary excellence. The magazine features Peter Strauss' "Diary of a man reading Spenser"; poems by Lawrence Lerner; Douglas Livingstone; Oswald Mtshali; Christopher Mann; Ruth Keech; and fiction by Alan Paton and Fiona Morphet and George Brendon. Reviews of new books by Wally Serote; James Fenton. Bolt was succeeded by the journal, Staffrider.

Publication date:  1970-1975

Publishers: Literary Society, University of Natal, Durban

Archive Category: Journal

Collection: DISA Archive

Copyright: Digital Innovation South Africa

Last updated : 06-Jan-2017

This article was produced by South African History Online on 10-Jun-2016

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