Bellagio Publishing Network Newsletter

 Number 25
July 1999 

  The Bellagio Publishing Network is an informal association of organisations dedicated to strengthening indigenous publishing and book development in Africa. The group includes publishers, donor organisations 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

News and Reports on Publishing World Bank changes textbook provision policy [html]
By James Tumusiime

Editorial [html]
By Katherine Salahi

Tanzania's Seventh National Book Week Festival  [html]
By Abdullah Saiwaad

African scholarship at the Zimbabwe International Book Fair [html]
By Rachel Wiggans

Publishing development in the Caribbean [html]
By Ian Randle

Books and education in East Africa and the Horn of Africa [html]
By Anthony Olden

Bulawayo Book Fair   [html] 
By Trish Mbanga

Gender, books and the African information market [html]
By Yohannes Gebregeorgis

Amabhuku - African illustrators at Bologna  [html]
By Rachel Wiggans

African readerships  [html] 
By Stephanie Newell and Lyn Innes

Awards to African writing  [html]

Danish Centre for Culture and Development [html]


 Perspectives and Commentary


Language policy and publishing in South Africa  [html]
By Phaswane Mpe

The African Journals Online pilot project  [html]
By Diana Rosenberg

New blood needed for indigenous African publishing [html]
By Damola Ifaturoti

Dealing with the British  [html]
By Henry Chakava

Talking books: Ian Randle in conversation  [html]
By Katherine Salahi




Review - South African Media Directory 1999 [html]
Hans Zell

New publications   [html]


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