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The Franschhoek Literary Festival 2015 and the elephant in the room
Liam Kruger
2015-05-22

 "And for all that the Franschhoek Literary Festival is irredeemably disengaged from the lived reality of much of South Africa ..."

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Spesiale projekte | Special projects
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Big Book Chain Chat

Writers talk books, writing and everything in between.

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The we field

Jaco Fouché

The microbus goes again, and she is alone when she trudges along the mud-smeared path to the front door of the long building, a forty-year-old woman in a long brown skirt, long red pullover, and a woollen cap with flaps hanging over her ears.

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Booktown Richmond: The Third Annual JM Coetzee | Athol Fugard Festival

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 Here is the programme to this year's festival, which takes place from the 28th to the 30th of May 2015.

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One Man vs "One Man"

James Woodhouse, Naomi Meyer

James Woodhouse, publisher at Kwela, tells Naomi Meyer about a literary coincidence – some real life crime fiction.

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Review: Second Life by SJ Watson

Elsibe Loubser

 "One could say that this story is about a death in a family and how it can be a tipping point, the nudge that will unravel the almost well-united family. But in another breath it’s correct to say that this is simply a story about lies and deceit, some of those planned and plotted, and some just silly decisions or inaction."

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Charlie Hebdo: Seeing the bigger picture

Karen Jayes

Karen Jayes: "The tragic killings in Paris are a window on how the War on Terror works, and how moderation can make it stop."

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Found in Translation

Jaco Botha, Mike Nicol

A casual conversation between Of Cops & Robbers author Mike Nicol and Jaco Botha, who translated the novel into the Afrikaans as Dieners & Donners.

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2014 Ingrid Jonker Prize for English Poetry

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Karin Schimke wins the 2014 Ingrid Jonker Prize for English Poetry