more angolan writers studied

First the Portuguese came to Angola, now the Angolans pay a visit to Portugal. A visit by the general secretary of the Angolan Writers Association (UEA), António do Carmo Neto, was paid to Lisbon University and books by Angolan authors were handed over. Later this year a round table on Angolan literature will be held at … Continue reading more angolan writers studied

unpoliced literary exchange

This is a nice article on the art of translation, or should I say, adaptation?  Samah Selim talked about this topic last month in the Egyptian capital city Cairo. She has focused on novels published in Egypt in the 19th and 20th century.    Samah Selim is a translator herself (English <> Arabic). Presently she … Continue reading unpoliced literary exchange

uganda’s contemporay writers

The role of a school in discovering literature and appreciating literature is an important role. So many children learn to read at school, but what will they read once they have mastered this art? It happens that children who do not get continuous exposion to books fall back into a state of semi-literacy. So it … Continue reading uganda’s contemporay writers