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Malika Lueen Ndlovu is a Durban - born poet, playwright, performer arts project manager and mother of three, with a wide range of experience in the Arts and Arts Management arenas. She has four of her own poetry anthologies, besides her work being featured in several local and international publications. Her poetry books include Born in Africa But and Womb to World: A Labour of Love, Truth is both Spirit and Flesh, which includes a selection of South African tribute poems entitled Let’s Not Wait To Praise You When You’re Dead and her poetic memoir Invisible Earthquake: a Woman’s Journal through Stillbirth published by Modjaji Books in March 2009, marking the beginning of her awareness-raising campaign on this underexposed aspect of many women’s experience across the globe.