Bellagio Publishing Network Newsletter

Number 15
November 1995


The Bellagio Publishing Network is an informal association of organizations dedicated to strengthening indigenous publishing and book development in Africa. The group includes publishers, donor organizations from both government and private voluntary sectors, and others who are concerned with books and publishing. This newsletter covers news of the Network and perspectives on publishing and book development.


 News and Views on Publishing


Zimbabwe Book Fair: Controversy in 1995
By Terence Ranger

Bellagio Donors, APNET Meet in Oxford
By Katherine Salahi

Bellagio Oxford Secretariat News
By Katherine Salahi

Publishing Partnerships Between Africa and the North: A Dream or a Possibility?
By Henry Chakava

Programs Discussed at Nairobi World Bank Book Seminar
By Ansu E. Momoh

Trade and Debate at ZIBF '95
By Margaret Ling

Zimbabwe International Book Fair - ZIBF Will Not Submit to Government Pressure
By Margaret Ling

The African Journals Distribution Program: An Update
By Diana Rosenberg

PEMBA and the ZIBF
By Margaret Ling

Promoting Self-Sustaining Christian Publishing
By Isaac Phiri

A New Canadian Program: The International Publishing Partnership
By Diana Newton

Afro-Asian Book Council Launches Five-Year Training Program
By Abul Hasan

Book Developmet in Southeast Asia: Focus on Vietnam and Cambodia
By Rosamaria Durand

Bridging the Anglophone-Francophone Divide
By Diana Newton

1995 APPREB Regional Consultation
By Rosamaria Durand

Novel in Afrikaans Wins 1995 NOMA Award

Zambia Book Fair Slated for May 1996

APPREB-Asia/Pacific Cooperative Program for Reading Promotion and Book Development

UNESCO Prize for Children's and Young People's Literature in the Service of Tolerance


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