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Fiction Publishers to Watch in Zimbabwe

The fiction publishing industry in Zimbabwe is home to a number of publishers producing high-quality work that showcases the range and diversity of Zimbabwean literature. Here are a few publishers to watch in the industry:

  1. Weaver Press: Founded in 2004 by Irene Staunton, Weaver Press is considered a trailblazer in the fiction market in Zimbabwe. They have a strong focus on publishing works by Zimbabwean authors, and have a reputation for producing critically acclaimed novels. They were one of the first publishers to invest in digital technologies, allowing them to reach a wider audience and gain international recognition for their work.

  2. Baobab Books: Founded in 2000 by Chiedza Musengezi, Baobab Books is one of the most prominent publishers in the children's and young adult fiction market in Zimbabwe. They have a reputation for producing high-quality literature that promotes literacy and education in the country. They were among the first publishers to focus on children's literature, paving the way for other publishers to follow suit and promoting the development of the children's literature scene in the country.

  3. Blackbird Books: Founded in 2015 by Taurai Dzambukudza, Blackbird Books is a relatively new publisher, but has quickly established itself as a force in the fiction market in Zimbabwe. They have a focus on publishing works by marginalized voices and promoting diversity in literature, which has helped them to stand out in the market and make an impact in the literary scene. They were among the first publishers to focus on promoting the works of marginalized groups in literature, and their work has helped to diversify the literary scene in the country.

  4. Amabooks: Founded in 2018 by Memory Chirere, Amabooks is a publisher that focuses on publishing works of fiction, poetry and non-fiction by Zimbabwean authors. They have a reputation for producing high-quality literature and have been recognized for their contributions to the literary scene in the country.

  5. Pindula Press: Founded in 2018 by Tawanda Sibanda, Pindula Press is an independent publisher that focuses on publishing stories set in Zimbabwe, with a focus on stories that reflect the country's culture and heritage. They have a reputation for producing high-quality literature and have been recognized for their contributions to the literary scene in the country.

These publishers are known for their high-quality work, innovative business models, and contributions to the industry. They are worth watching as they are shaping the literary scene in Zimbabwe and producing works that are likely to have a lasting impact on the industry.

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