Tsitsi TsopotsaImage result for tsitsi tsopotsa  is a force to reckon  in the literary arts industry and she has become an inspiration  to many . She dives into  romance , fable like  stories then dives back into comedy and satire. Her    most popular stories include the Diary of the USAH and The Zebra Crossings . These are all Zimbabwean stories  though they may differ in  time setting and even place setting. Tsitsi  has become a global  writer/ storyteller  who tells the Zimbabwean story in  the global arena. Tsopotsa has proved  that she  is truly a creative force   by winning a prestigious  award  late 2016  with BAWR for her story ,Diary of the USAH. The mesmerizing author  has been featured in several blogs , sites and  airwaves .Her profiles have been published  in various websites and newspapers. The Writer , Social Entrepreneur , Cultural Activist and Creative Artist ENJOYS  both African and International recognition. Her endevours can be tapped by the growing generations of Young writers. She is following up the footsteps of FEMRITE , WRITIVISM, STORYMOJA    and other Organisations  through her  strong  , creative and artistic voluntary mentor ship organisation Setseno which is also a publishing  organisation.  Underneath is   the record , files , posts and mentions  of the good and inspiring writings / works of Tsopotsa past and present.

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A Book Trailer for you readers from  Award Winning Writer Tsitsi Tsopotsa.

 

 

Tsopotsa  in  a Mentor -ship  laboratory.

 

The  Zebra Crossings by Tsitsi Tsopotsa  can be found and purchased  at Amazon.COM

The Zebra Crossings (Paperback): Tsitsi Tsopotsa

In the 1970s, somewhere in the rural areas of Rhodesia, a young man and woman fall in love. An unremarkable occurrence one might think- except Rob Du Toit is of affluent stock, and Rudo derives from a struggling family. They are living in a country in transition, but that fact does little to help their cause. Their path to happiness is a minefield of hurdles and prejudices that only intensify as time progresses. This is a tender story written with heartfelt feeling, a book that you will want to read from beginning to end.

 

Diary of a USAH: The Zimbabwe US Dollar by [Tsopotsa, Tsitsi]

Diary of a USAH – The Zimbabwe US Dollar is a comedy-satire short story about Zimbabwe’s currency situation conceived and written by Tsitsi Tsopotsa.

The story depicts a mythical journey of a United States Dollar Note through various hands and scenarios. The setting is present day Zimbabwe where many different currencies replaced the Zimbabwe dollar following its collapse.

The cover was painted by Barry Lungu.

This ebookis the first product from Setseno which will soon be selling short stories from developing countries. Setseno works with writers to develop their skills and encourages collaboration with artists so that together they can raise their profiles to sell their work to wider audiences in the rest of the world.

Part of the proceeds from this ebook sale will go towards supporting Setseno programmes including the mentoring programme. The mentor programme will launch by supporting writers in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria.

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It is proof beyond the shadow of clear doubt that these works continue inspire the young  and growing generation of writers in Zimbabwe , Africa and around the globe.

This Article is compiled by Mbizo Chirasha

contact the Publisher at miombopublishing@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

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