Rhodents reign Terra Incognita

By Kerstin Hall

Terra Incognita.

It means “unknown land”. Beyond the boundaries. Here be dragons.

It is also the title and theme of the 2014 Short Story Day Africa competition. This year, entrants from all over the continent were asked to delve into the world of speculative fiction within an African context. 104 rose to the challenge. Out of those, 18 were longlisted. And of those, four were Rhodes University students.

Some were past students. Some are still striving towards their degrees. And one of them was me.

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