'Pule Lechesa (above) is increasingly becoming synonymous with robust,
fecund African literary criticism and patent awareness of the same,
straddling both autochthonous and Eurocentric textual banks.
His accretion of essays in this wise have been published in works like
Four Free State Authors, Essays on Free State Black Literature, Bolaji
in his Pomp, The Awesome Literary Legacy of Dr K.P.D Maphalla, and
The Queens of the firsts…legendary female Sesotho writers.
This new work contains a tantalizing selection of Mr Lechesa’s
writings in this wise over the years, with the added bonus and nous
of his very recent essays and analyses. Many pundits have pointed out
that they exhilaratingly discern a nigh unique essayistic saunter in the
author’s writings, and so it is here, as the literary/stroke/intellectual
striations and revelation undulate...'