Description: Publisher Becky Ayebia Clarke will be chatting to Elinor Sisulu,Antjie Krog and Sindiwe Magona about her book
African Love Stories.
Date: Saturday 31st July Time: 15h00 – 16h00Venue: Room 1.61Event: IN A COUNTRY WHERE YOU COULDN’T MAKE THIS SHITE UPAuthors: Rian Malan / Antony Altbeker / Jonny Steinberg / Prof Paul CilliersDescription: Professor Paul Cilliers leads a discussion with award winning localauthors Rian Malan, Jonny Steinberg and Antony Altbeker about writing in acountry where every day inspires stories the richness and complexity of whichcouldn’t be imagined anywhere else.Date: Saturday 31
July Time: 15h00 – 16h00Venue: Chef’s TheatreAuthor: ANET PIENAAREvent: FESTIVE FRANCEDescription: Anet Pienaar, bestselling author of
Festive France and FeestelikeFrankryk
, demonstrates quick and easy recipes from her book.
Date: Sunday 1
August Time: 11h00 – 12h00Venue: Poetry CaféEvent: THE RECURRING SUPER SLEUTH IN CRIME FICTIONAuthors: Deon Meyer / Margie Orford / Michael Stanley / Mike NicolDescription: Bennie Griessel, Dr Clare Hart and Detective Kubu are some of the most popular sleuths on the local crime beat. Crime author Mike Nicol askstheir renowned creators Deon Meyer, Margie Orford and Michael Stanley whythis is so, and what it is about the genre that lends itself to the much lovedbut flawed crime-buster.Date: Sunday 1
August Time: 13h00 – 14h00Venue: Chef’s TheatreEvent: FROM THE GARDEN TO THE COOKING POT!Author: JANE GRIFFITHSDescription: Jane Griffiths, bestselling author of
Jane’s Delicious Garden
,demonstrates quick and easy recipes from her forthcoming cookbook
.Date: Sunday 1
August Time: 14h00 – 15h00Venue: Dalro ForumEvent: JODI PICOULT AND THE BIRTH OF ISSUE-DRIVEN FICTION