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It will be the first time an African university has honoured Okri, one of the continent’s most prominent voices: bit.ly/1nsquod

Open Book Festival 2013 Liveblog: Tuesday 10 September, 10am – 11am

It’s Open Book Cape Town time: follow all the action on our liveblog! (Refresh/F5 for latest updates.)

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11.13

A last word from Jeremy Boraine wraps up “Insider’s Guide”:

11.10

“Africa is Not a Country” concludes:

11.09

A shout-out to Ben Williams of Books LIVE at “Insider’s Guide”:

11.04

You have to trust your literary agent:

11.02

Interesting comments from the audience at “Africa is Not a Country”:

11.00

The tips keep on coming at “Insider’s Guide”. Aspiring writers take note!

10.51

More advice is dispensed to writers seeking agents at “Insider’s Guide”:

10.49

Panelists share their thoughts on the label “African writer”:

10.44

Trendy talk at “Insider’s Guide”:

10.41

Panelists discuss language as a kind of music at “Africa is Not a Country”:

10.39

Advice from Lauren Beukes at “Insider’s Guide”:

10.37

Kgebetli Moele takes up the subject of language at “Africa is Not a Country”:

10.34

Lauren Beukes discusses her rocky road to success:

10.31

Jamala Safari talks about storytelling and language:

10.28

Publishers and the South African literary scene are also looked at during the “Insider’s Guide” session:

10.25

NoViolet Bulawayo discusses identity and belonging:

10.21

How to approach a literary agent:

10.19

Yewande Omotoso discusses Bom Boy:

10.16

NoViolet Bulawayo holds her breath at “Africa is Not a Country”:

10.13

What is expected of a literary agent?

10.10

Jeremy Boraine of Jonathan Ball discusses new approaches to publishing:

10.07

A snap from “Insider’s Guide”:

09.48

Here’s who’s covering what this hour:

 

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