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  • Caine Prize winner Henrietta Rose-Innes, and one of this year's workshop participants, Yewande Omotoso, on this… http://t.co/BSBsbu7q #

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  • Professional Editors’ Group, Gauteng branch
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  • Professional Editors’ Group, Gauteng branch
    Copyright Event

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  • Come to "Invitation to Copyright Event on 21 April 2012" 21 April from 09:30 to 13:00. Professional Editors’… http://t.co/djiVVhCa #

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  • Do you have a book on your shelf that you bought that you never read? Why did you buy it? Why haven't you read it? http://t.co/65HRBmqa #

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  • Do our locally written novels also reflect stories of young gay people whom our youth can relate to as positive… http://t.co/gzzAQSc7 #

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  • For initiatives like the national book week to succeed, there is a need for multi-pronged interventions. For its… http://t.co/7wwjXDK #
  • Author Pamela Moeng talks about National Book Week. http://t.co/a89n7Cz #

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  • For initiatives like the national book week to succeed, there is a need for multi-pronged interventions. For its… http://t.co/7wwjXDK #
  • Author Pamela Moeng talks about National Book Week. http://t.co/a89n7Cz #

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  • Are you attending this National Book Week event? Please post something about it here afterwards. http://t.co/TR13ZDq #
  • M&G JHB Literary Festival 2011 – Mail & Guardian Online: The smart news source http://t.co/Gzo6ntf #
  • Check out this article on M &G, where Craig MacKenzie ponders the central contradiction in local literature. http://t.co/XXbustr #

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  • Watch this video, where M&G books editor Darryl Accone explains why you should attend the M&G annual literary… http://fb.me/ZOawZDlC #
  • Andrew Wylie Envisions Grim Future Where Writers Give Public Readings to Survive. My response to this headline (… http://fb.me/TxvJwbqn #
  • Mail & Guardian Literary Festival 2011 http://fb.me/NCw7kELk #

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  • Jozi Book Fair will be held on 6, 7 & 8 August 2011 at Museum Africa in Newtown. Who's attending? Please post here… http://fb.me/ZSmKTDpe #
  • Versatile Kunene has the write stuff – Sowetan LIVE http://fb.me/Z08TCrUj #
  • Book Reading with author and activist Lauretta Ngcobo to celebrate National Women's dayL’Elephante Terrible http://fb.me/15yGHrWYY #
  • Is it just a harmless book or are romance novels negatively affecting our teens? http://fb.me/N96afz7A #

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