WATCH: Joburg Review editor Jennifer Malecówna reigning champ of Literature Quiz

Bridge Books owner Griffin Shea went head-to-head with the editor of The Johannesburg Review of Books, Jennifer Malecówna during the monthly literature quiz on the Literature Corner.

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The bibliophiles competed in an intense two rounds of questions on new book titles, authors, poems and literary adaptations.

Also read: A sneak peek into Steven Sidley's next novel, Free Association

WATCH: Literature Corner as it happened

The previous winner of the monthly quiz was novelist Panashe Chigumadzi.

Take a listen to the engaging play-by-play and discussion:


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