Grace Kim

Grace Kim

Grace Kim immigrated to South Africa with her family at the age of two, and is currently studying at Universiteit Stellenbosch for her MA in English with a focus on marginalized South African narratives. She loves bubbles, likes strawberries, dislikes cigarette smoke, and hates the feeling of nausea. When she’s not going through existential crises about her writing, her drug of choice is poetry and has had some of her work published by local journals and publications. Writing reviews is a new adventure for her. 

Contributors

August 9, 2010

Patricia Schonstein Pinnock's novel 'Skyline tackles a persistent issue in South Africa: xenophobia.

May 18, 2010

A review of 'Welcome to Our Hillbrow'

December 17, 2009

'Thirteen Cents' is the coming of age novel of Azure, a street child trying to survive the shadowy streets of Cape Town.

November 2, 2009

Unconfessed is the tumultuous story of a slave, Sila, who is sentenced to prison for the heinous crime of infanticide.

October 11, 2009

What role does literature play in the healing process? A necessary one argues reviewer Grace Kim.