Malawi is not present in a prominent way on my blog. It seems the famous writers are coming from other countries, like Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Algeria, Egypt. Malawi has an interesting activities in a few of the major cities. Writers and others have organized themselves in literary clubs. Let us hope this will give … Continue reading the clubs shaping malawi’s literary future
The Algerian parliament had debated about and made a law concerning the bookmarket in Algeria. According to the Minister of Culture will be come into effect early 2016. This law will bring clarity for the publishing world, authors and booksellers. The focus will be on a strategy to bring more energy and development to books … Continue reading la loi sur les activités et le marché du livre
The Minister of Religious Affairs has given his opinion on some of the books that are on display at the International Book Fair / Salon at Algiers (Algeria). There seem to be books with sectarian tendencies or dogmatic tendencies. Read more about what he has to say.
In the North African country Algeria people can use three official languages. French, Arabic en Tamazight. Two languages from invading powers, one local language. In this article you can find information on several books that have been translated into Tamazight.
People flocked to the Hilton Hotel in Algiers (Algeria) to attend an award giving ceremony. The ceremony was to honour the writer Assia Djebar who passed away earlier this year. In this article you will find the highlights and the lowlights of this event, that was attended by many important politicians.
Recently a financial man made a comment about decreasing the cost of life in South Africa. One way of getting a proper budget was to desist from buying books. Here you will find six ways to make the accumulation of books an easy and less expensive job. One of the ways is to start a … Continue reading 6 ways to afford books