»The aging man studied his long bony fingers. The drying, tough skin stretched ever more tenuously across them, revealing little about the use to which he had put them over the decades.«
from Hands in Short Writings from Bulawayo III
Mary was born in Canada in 1942 and educated in Toronto and New York. She worked as a teacher in Zambia where she met Edward Ndlovu, whom she married in 1972. They moved to Zimbabwe in 1980, where they had three children. She has worked as a teacher in secondary schools and lectured at tertiary level. She then worked for the Legal Resources Foundation developing training programmes in legal and human rights. Mary lives in Bulawayo and is active in promoting library services in Matabeleland South.
amaBooks writings by Mary Ndlovu
Short Story: Hands in Short Writings from Bulawayo III