The Gaborone Book Festival Trust hosted a Book Night on World Book Day 2018 to celebrate the transformative power of books on April 23, 2018.…View More Gaborone Book Festival hosts World Book Day 2018 celebrations.
The first edition of the new Gaborone Book Festival 2018 is set to happen on September 21-22. The festival organisers are doing a trial run…View More New Gaborone Book Festival 2018 for September
The Imagine Africa 500 anthology featuring some of the continent’s leading names in speculative fiction this month. It will make its online debut on April…View More Shadreck Chikoti’s Imagine Africa 500 anthology out on April 30
The winner of this year’s Bessie Head Short Story Awards 2015 is Donald Molosi his story The Biggest Continent. He gets the first place prize…View More Donald Molosi on winning Bessie Head Short Story Awards.
I recently blogged about this years anthology that Short Story Day Africa has been working on called Water. Those who enter the competition are up…View More Calling all writers in Botswana! (Water Flow Writer Workshop)
A new academic book, Novels from Botswana written in English from 1930 to 2006, was launched in at the University of Botswana Bookstore in Gaberone,…View More Novels of Botswana in English launches in Gaberone; Lauri Kubuitsile in Sweden
There are so many events in and around the African Literature sphere in the very recent. One of the one’s which I have been tracking…View More Cynthia Jele short story to kick off Long Story Short Project
Botswana writer Lauri Kubuitsile and actor Donald Molosi were the folks who started off the biggest edition of Writivism 2015 with a creative writing workshop…View More Writivism 2015 kicks off with creative writing workshop in Botswana
It’s all happening at the Ake Festival today. Our friends from Writivism have announced the writers who will be attending the Writivism 2015 workshops in…View More Writivism Creative Writing Workshop 2015 attendees announced
The Storymoja Hay Festival is back. The event is set to hit Nairobi on 13-16th September at the National Museum of Kenya. I first attended…View More The Return of the Storymoja Hay Festival