Abantu Book Festival

 
SA needs to play catchup with India
SA needs to play catchup with India
Two weeks ago, I finally made my first visit to India, as one of the guest authors at the prestigious Jaipur Literature Festival.
The Pan-African focus of Abantu's 2018 festival draws from a future past
The Pan-African focus of Abantu's 2018 festival draws from a future past
On a Friday evening in early September, I was the impromptu guest of a dinner in the company of women publishing entrepreneurs, with one pair of...
The Weekend Guide
The Weekend Guide
Langarm: Created by David Kramer, this musical takes a look at the love between an interracial ballroom dancing couple in...
Best not to rely on fickle donors
Best not to rely on fickle donors
Some years ago, a few friends founded an arts organisation in Kenya to much fanfare. They talked a good game. Everyone believed they were going to...
Writing’s on the wall for parochial SA publishers
Writing’s on the wall for parochial SA publishers
As a writer published in South Africa, I work in an insane industry.

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