Bellagio Publishing Network Newsletter
 Number 31
November 2002 


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


Editorial  [html]
By Katherine Salahi

Bellagio Publishing Network meets in Oxford   [html]
By Sulaiman Adebowale

African book fair directors meet in Cape Town   [html]
By Ruth Makotsi

The Missing Link   [html]
By Niyi Osundare

Nigerian International Book Fair 2002  [html]
By Chinyere Nwoga

Bookeish! South Africa's First International Book Festival  [html]
By Graeme Bloch

Books for development – a workshop to link stakeholders in the book chain  [html]
By Sara Harrity

African Association of Editors of Scholarly Journals   [html]
By Janet Hussein

First Alexandria International Book Fair   [html]

African published books in the US   [html]

Africa Review of Books  [html]

History of the Arabic novel wins 2002 Noma Award  [html]


 Perspectives and Commentary


Publishing in hard times: DR Congo 1990–2000  [html]  
By Christophe Cassiau-Haurie

Publishing for secondary education in Ghana: a policy review  [html]
By Kwasi Darko-Ampem

In Memoriam: Chief Victor Nwankwo  [html]
By Hans Zell




Review: African Publishing Companion: A Resource Guide. Researched and compiled by Hans Zell  [html]  
By Dafina Diabate

New publications    [html]  


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