Monthly Archives: May 2014
SLiP was in Franschoek this weekend, reporting from the 2014 Franschoek Literary Festival. Our live Twitter stream can be read here, and you can check out our reports below. Writivism – Attention, aspiring writers! Learn more about ‘writivism’. Words into action – […]
Amy Stimson, reporting on the FLF, is enchanted by a conversation between Zukiswa Wanner and Jenny Hobbs.
At the FLF,Victor Dlamini, Antony Altbeker, Redi Tlhabi and Deon Meyer discuss what it takes to make a film of a novel.
The strained relationship between citizens and law enforcers comes under the spotlight at the FLF.
Lauren Beukes, Imraan Coovadia, Karin Schimke and Jenny Crwys-Williams debate the “what” of literature at the FLF.
André Brink discusses his thoughts on what it means to be South African with Victor Dlamini at the FLF.
How might we understand the rise of the ‘new’ African pastoral? A discussion between Harry Garuba, Dominique Botha, Claire Robertson and André Brink.
An impressive panel of educators and writers address the perennial predicament of indigenous-language publishing.
Can South Africans change their attitudes to each other, or is the historical damage too overwhelming? Thlabi, McKaiser, Engler and Ngcobo discuss this question at the FLF.
Adam Small gesels by die FLF met Joan Hambidge oor sy verhouding met NP van Wyk Louw.
Imagine Africa Two – The second volume of ‘Imagine Africa’ takes ‘revolution’ as its theme. Amy Stimson reports on the conversation at the Dancing in Other Words Poetry Festival. An ecstatic kind of dreaming or, dreaming not deferred – Jonathan Amid reports […]
The second volume of ‘Imagine Africa’ takes ‘revolution’ as its theme. Amy Stimson reports on the conversation at the Dancing in Other Words Poetry Festival.
Jonathan Amid reports on the celebration of community and connection at the Dancing in Other Words poetry readings.