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Peter Godwin

on his childhood in Africa

Peter Godwin was born and raised in Africa. He is an award winning foreign correspondent, author, documentary-maker and screenwriter. He has written for magazines and newspapers including Vanity Fair, National Geographic, New York Times magazine and Men’s Journal. He is the author of: ‘Rhodesians Never Die' - The Impact of war and Political Change on White Rhodesia c.1970 - 1980 (with Ian Hancock), Wild at Heart: Man and Beast in Southern Africa (with photos by Chris Johns and foreword by Nelson Mandela), The Three of Us - a New Life in New York (with Joanna Coles), Mukiwa, (which received the George Orwell prize and the Esquire-Apple-Waterstones award), When a Crocodile Eats the Sun - a Memoir of Africa, and most recently The Fear- the last days of Robert Mugabe.