N.P. Katedza was born in Zimbabwe on December 21, 1966. Her collection of fiction is entitled Short Stories, Insignificant Lives (Flame Lily Publishing 2014 $19.99). The stories speak to the commonality of our human experience. They range from a deceptive children's tale to a star-crossed love story, from a middle-class suburb, to the inner city, to Japan, and to mid-western America. 'Insignificant Lives', the title story, looks at the decisions we so often make, based on progress, that end up being not-so progressive. 978-0-9937238-0-3

In her novel Bound (2016), two cultures collide in the culmination of a journey from Apartheid South Africa.

[BCBW 2016]