Pumla Dineo Gqola is the author of What is Slavery to Me? Postcolonial/Slave memory in Post-apartheid South Africa (2010) and A Renegade Called Simphiwe (2013) and editor of Regarding Winnie: Feminism, race and nation in global representations of Winnie Madikizela Mandela. She has written non-fiction and opinion pieces for Pambazuka, Mail & Guardian, The Weekender and City Press as well as the British publications BBC Focus on Africa, SABLE and Drum (UK) and short stories in literary journals and books published in South Africa, USA and UK. Her book, Rape: A South African Nightmare was published in 2015 and won the Alan Paton Award 2016. Her latest book, Reflecting Rogue, was published in 2017.