by Ndaba Sibanda
I see the vastness and the trimness of the world, and all God's mortals through a lean lens of humanity and humility, I see the splendor of humankind through the souls’ various colors, cracks, contours, shapes, sizes, seasons and sites, I marvel at God`s noble judgment, creativity, power, protection and love.
Ndaba Sibanda is a Bulawayo-born poet, novelist and nonfiction writer who has authored twenty-eight published books of various genres and persuasions and coauthored more than 100 published books. Some of Ndaba`s works are found or forthcoming in Page & Spine, Piker Press, Scarlet Leaf Review, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, the Pangolin Review, Kalahari Review, Botsotso, The Ofi Press Magazine, Hawaii Pacific Review, Deltona Howl, The Song Is, Jonah Magazine, Saraba Magazine, Poetry Potion, Saraba Magazine, The Borfski Press, East Coast Literary Review and Whispering Prairie Press. Sibanda has received the following nominations: the national arts merit awards (NAMA), the Mary Ballard Poetry Chapbook Prize, the Best of the Net Prose and the Pushcart Prize.