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Richard Pithouse
has worked as a music critic, factory worker, cashier at the Smith Street tote in Durban, trade union educator, sales assistant at WH Smith in Fulham, philosophy lecturer, and door to door salesman in the small rural towns of KwaZulu-Natal. He is currently working in an air-conditioned office with a big black computer on the desk. It says “Research Fellow” on the door, but useful experience, meaningful reflection and thoughtful writing are possible only in the middle of the night or on stolen time. He aims to steal more time in 2004. At the moment he is inspired by Frantz Fanon, Bruce Springsteen, Charles Bukowski, Robert Berold, Philip Tabane, Abdullah Ibrahim, Pravasan Pillay, Andrew Walford, Ashwin Desai and Vikram Seth and Kenneth Rexroth’s translation of Chinese and Japanese poems. Sometimes he also likes Pablo Neruda, Lesego Rampolokeng, Rage Against the Machine, Johan van Wyk and Lee Perry. These things ebb and flow. He wants to read Spinoza. He wishes he’d had a beer with Johannes Kerkorrel on a lazy summer night in Maputo. Pithouser@nu.ac.za

  • New Mutiny on a Dark Road (21/1/2004)
  • New On the Road Past Pinetown (21/1/2004)
  • New Prince Edward Street 2003 (21/1/2004)

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