The second day of the annual Franschhoek Literary Festival’s programme featured topics as diverse as implications of media censorship, the responsibilities of opinion pieces, cultural appropriation, the Karoo as literary muse and questions regarding feminism and who ‘owns’ it.
After the mandatory drink or two – besides the perennially favourite mahala glass of Porcupine Ridge Wine – at the Elephant and Barrel, festival-goers and authors alike bid FLF 2017 goodbye.
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Michael Sears, Alex Latimer, Helen Moffett & Diane Awerbuck prior to discussing co-authoring and how (and if!) it works pic.twitter.com/3I4EYlWf5e
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