Mungoshi left unpublished stories
The late Zimbabwean writer Charles Mungoshi have left lots of unpublished stories, manuscripts, and poetry.
In a statement, Mungoshi’s son Farayi said they have lots of unpublished stories, manuscripts which they never intend to publish over time.
“I will have to check on all the works, but there are novel manuscripts, many short stories, and poetry.”
Farayi said some of the writings are decades old. He also added that he will, however, keep his father’s name and legacy alive by continuously publishing his work.
Mungoshi son also said h will find ways to complete some of the unfinished work left by his father. Farayi said the family is currently working on publishing a novel called “Song of the Deep River.” He said the book has been edited and now they are working on the cover design of the book.
However, he added that they used to publish under Mungoshi Publishing Company but they are now looking to partnering with international appeal. Farayi Mungoshi also said they will finish lots of unpublished stories, manuscripts, and poetry.
Charles Mungoshi died in February this year at the age of 71. He has a catalog of books, among them the world-acclaimed “Waiting for the Rain”.
Written by tatenda