Bellagio Publishing Network Newsletter

Number 17
July 1996


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 Report on Publishing

Bellagio Seminar Focuses on Trends in Privatization in African Publishing
By Philip G. Altbach

The Future of African Indigenous Publishing
By Elieshi Lema

Bellagio Secretariat Report
By Katherine Salahi

African Books Collective Launches Distribution of Bellagio Studies in Publishing Series
By Mary Jay

Canadian Mission to Washington
By Diana Newton

ACCT to Support Textbook Publishing in the South
By Emmanuel Locha Mateso

SABDET/ZIBF Seminar at London International Book Fair: The Southern African Book Scene

UNESCO's Interbook Conference Focuses on Key Publishing Issues
By Philip G. Altbach


 Perspectives and Commentary

Reflections on the Bellagio Idea: A Conversation with Alberta Arthurs
By Philip G. Altbach

Publishing in the Caribbean
By Ian Randle

Perspectives on Privatization in African Publishing
By Philip G. Altbach




Book Review: Caught in the Act of Balancing
By Kate Pool

New Publications

Annual Checklist of Literature on Publishing and Book Developments in Sub-Saharan Africa
By Hans Zell


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