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Alert! The programme for this year’s @OpenBookFest has been revealed! Click here to see it: fb.me/3EVHbDBFa

Open Book Festival 2013 Liveblog: Wednesday 11 September, 4pm – 5pm

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

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17.03

“Time and Place” concludes:

17.02

It’s a matter of interpretation, Tan Twan Eng says:

16.59

De Vries en Marais sluit af:

16.58

Panelists at “Time and Place” discuss the difficulty of letting a writing project go:

16.53

De Vries lees voor tydens sy sessie met Danie Marais:

16.52

Forthcoming writing projects are revealed:

16.46

Panelists at “Time and Place” discuss the strange business of writing about history:

16.42

De Vries prys Dana Snyman:

16.40

Tan Twan Eng explains why he set his book in two different periods:

16.38

In sy hoedanigheid as samesteller van Die Afrikaanse kortverhaalboek praat De Vries oor huidige tendense:

16.35

Robertson discusses setting her novel, The Spiral House, two historical periods:

16.32

De Vries gesels oor klanke en stiltes in sy werk:

16.31

Tan Twan Eng talks about plotting the garden in The Garden of Evening Mists:

16.30

Marais wys op die rykdom van De Vries se bundel:

16.24

Tan Twan Eng describes writing about a place that no longer exits:

16.22

Die impak van die digitale rewolusie kom onder die soeklig by Marais se gesprek met De Vries:

16.21

Shamsie discusses writing about Nagasaki and the advice she received from David Mitchell:

16.16

Rose-Innes explores the theme of the session “Time and Place”:

16.13

Elemente van De Vries se werk word bespreek. Hy skryf oor dit wat hy ken:

16.11

Introductions are made at a packed Fugard Studio:

16.07

Danie Marais vra oor ‘n vergelyking tussen Abraham H de Vries en Bob Dylan:

16.05

Snaps from this hour’s sessions at Open Book:

15.45

This is the last hour of Open Book Cape Town that we’ll be liveblogging; let’s see who’s covering what:

 

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