Masimba Musodza

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Masimba Musodza
Born Julius Masimba Musodza'
(1976-03-29) March 29, 1976 (age 38)
Harare, Zimbabwe
Occupation Screenwriter, Novelist, Producer

Julius Masimba Musodza (born 29 March 1976) is a Zimbabwean screenwriter and author. He has contributed to the StoryTime e-zine, which was founded by South Africa-based Zimbabwean author, Ivor Hartmann.[1] He is considered to be a pioneer in African "Rastafarian Literature".[2] He is also the author of the first definitive science fiction novel in the Shona language, MunaHacha Maive Nei?[3]

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  • The Man who turned into a Rastafarian,2007, Diggory Press, ISBN 978-1-84685-537-5
  • Uriah's Vengeance, Lion Press, 2009, ISBN 978-0-9558082-5-8
  • African Roar[4] (Anthology, contributed Yesterday's Dog,[5] a short-story) edited by E. Sigauke/I.W. Hartmann, Lion Press, 2010, ISBN 97809656242280

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