Fiona Khan, award winning, internationally published poet, author, and academic, will be hosted by the South African Writer’s Circle at the Westville North Library on Saturday, 18 November, from 10am to 12pm.

The theme will be ‘Choosing your words and Eating it’.
The workshop will be centered around novel writing, writing for children and poetry.
As an award winning author and poet for the past 25 years, Khan wrote many award winning books, published poetry and short stories in literary magazines around the globe.

She is a passionate environmentalist and family therapist who devotes her time to motivational speaking, coaching and mentoring.

Since 1993 she has been promoting reading and literacy at schools, universities and libraries through eThekwini municipal libraries.
Khan is a community practitioner and an outspoken activist on gender equality and rights, HIV/Aids and gender based violence.
She will be paying homeage to the SAWC after winning the Quill Award 22-years-ago from the SAWC in 1995 for her book ‘I Am What I Am’ which was published in 5 different languages.