"Ishmael Mzwandile Soqaga has excitingly emerged as a prolific Black
South African literary critic, essayist, and author. His first two
published books, Omoseye Bolaji a voyage around his literary work
(2012) and Promoting Quintessential African Writing (2013) aroused
interest in many circles. His recent stream of literary reviews and
critiques on the internet and media at large further confirm his
progress in this sphere.
This book puts together the essence of Soqaga's literary work thus
far, highlighting his South African, continental and world vision in
the world of letters. Among the themes he has recently explored -
liberally published in this work - are essays on copious South African
writers, literary protagonists and their work. They include Job T
Mzamo, Lebohang Thaisi, Flaxman Qoopane, Christine Mautjana,
Matshidiso Taleng, Omoseye Bolaji, Raphael Mokoena, Pule Lechesa,
Molebogeng Alitta Mokhuoa, Julia Mooi among others."