Currently based in the Netherlands, Nadine Botha is an editor, writer, reader, watcher, listener, student, curator and poet from South Africa.

She has worked for Design Indaba, Mail&Guardian and VISI, and written for the Financial Times, Metropolis, DAMn, Coolhunting, Design Observer, Core 77, Dazed and Confused, Sunday Times, City Press, Art Africa and Chimurenga, among others.

Her poems have been featured on Poetry International and The Common, and published in various magazines in South Africa, including Donga, Southern Rain Poetry, Litnet, Sweet, New Coin, Ons Kleintjie, Laugh It Off and Botsotso. In 2005, Deep South published her collection Ants Moving the House Millimetres.


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