Landslide by Arthur Sithole

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Part memoir, part fact, part truth, certainly part of a blueprint to my greatest transformation Landslide not only documents an evolution towards a higher understanding, but is fundamentally, an account born of its own accord; when the truth about my life collided with the weight of my adversity.

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Part memoir, part fact, part truth, certainly part of a blueprint to my greatest transformation Landslide not only documents an evolution towards a higher understanding, but is fundamentally, an account born of its own accord; when the truth about my life collided with the weight of my adversity.

Landslide is more than just an anthology I helped to pen, it is something that has connected me beyond the world of clicks and clanks, beyond the magic of dreaming. Landslide has propelled me to a course I never thought was a path to my destiny.

This debut collection catalogues a writer’s attempt in defining and drawing strength from a potent realm of consciousness somewhat lost in the labyrinth of life; in the many layers and dimensions of past, present and future self.

About the Author:

Arthur Marlen Sithole is a South African writer born in Bethal, Mpumalanga in February 1986. He holds a B. Com Hons from the University of Pretoria and his poems have been published with Stanzas and Kalahari Review. Arthur was previously engaged in the corporate world as a business consultant before pursuing a writing career in February 2016.

I suppose I always wanted to write. For some reason, I never quite knew what to write, or when, or how. I remember when I was young I developed an intense fascination with a typewriter. My late cousin Olga got it from work and when she realised that I liked it more than she knew what to do with it, she gave it to me. So when all the children were playing outside I was whirled away in the resonance of clicks and clanks.

It wasn’t until I was 29 and was going through a divorce that an unbearable pain would introduce me to a book I have always carried within me.

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