Stef Cupido

Stef Cupido lives in Wellington and is the mother of a twelve-year-old girl. She loves animals and music. 'I'm first of all a writer and then a poet. I also like to draw trees and scenes from nature, but I see myself as an amateur in that regard.' At the moment she's concentrating on writing short stories and poems, and she is especially fond of using the haiku as a form. 'In 2018 when I decided to write full-time, I fell in love with the haiku. I started the collective Falling to introduce poetry in all its forms. The project has been launched this year on Nelson Mandela Day with the Illustrated haiku collage about social distance & corona virus. 'When I received the news that I was chosen for the Kommadagga Workshop, it was such a shock! I was in the internet café and I put my hands to my face out of joy! I kept shaking my head and the people around me must have thought I went totally off my rocker!' Stef wants to discover the stories deep inside her and is grateful for the opportunity to meet other writers and to be able to talk with other people with ink in their blood. 'This project brings me more self-confidence; I don't have to have doubts any longer.'

Heritage Travel Issue 23

Hierdie uitgawe is ons verskriklik trots op! Dis so mooi! Faren en Whaden het ‘n ekslusiewe artikel oor hul lewe en hul dogtertjie. Die storie is mooi en hulle vertel van […]

Heritage Travel Magazine: Issue 23 Out Now

Heritage Travel Magazine Issue 23 is out now! Filled with ccolour, content and beauty! Dont miss this issue! Thank you @Reggie Peace for sharing your beautiful story and exciting times […]

Heritage Travel Uitgawe 20 is nou beskikbaar

Heritage Travel  20 is nou beskikbaar teen R80.  Hier is die skakel vir uitgawe 20: Persverklaring: Heritage Travel tydskrif word bekendgestel by die Suidoosterfees Die gasheer is Denver Vraagom & […]

Heritage Travel issue 19 /Uitgawe 19

Heri-Trav is hosting a poetry contest as part of the Intangible cultural heritage festival. The theme is My town. It can be a poem about your hometown, the town you […]

Vir die muse

Soos my hart see toe klop Bly my oë op die ink wat uitloop Ek skryf en skryf Tot die engele my kom haal Tot my spelfoute regkom Skryf ek […]

Heritage Travel issue 18/Uitgawe 18

Heritage Travel is an explosion of colour and content awakening the muse. Filled with Heritage, art, literature, family and lifestyle, it gives a fun and positive outlook on life.

PRESS RELEASE- 24 SEPTEMBER 2022

https://indigenoprojects.wordpress.com Celebrating Heritage Day at the 1st Intangible Cultural Heritage Festival! Heri-Trav celebrated Heritage Day, on 24 September, with Intangible Cultural Heritage under the banner and category of World Heritage […]

Heritage Travel Issue 17

Heritage Travel is an explosion of color and content awakening the muse. Filled with Heritage, art, literature, family and lifestyle, it gives a fun and positive outlook on life.

Heritage Travel Issue 16

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Heritage travel Issue 15.

Heritage Travel is an explosion of color and content awakening the muse. Filled with Heritage, art, literature, family and lifestyle, it gives a fun and positive outlook on life. It […]