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CAINE PRIZE 2013 READINGS AND PUBLIC EVENTS




Thursday 4 July, Royal Over-seas League, 7pm

A relaxed evening with the nominees of the 2013 Caine Prize. Each author will read a short extract from their work, after which there will be an opportunity to meet them over a glass of complimentary wine and canapés.


Tickets: £7, Concessions: £6, Friends of ROSL ARTS: £5.00

To book, phone 020 7408 0214 ext 219

Park Place, St James's Street, London SW1A 1LR

 

Further information can be found here





Friday 5 July, “Writing Africa’s Futures” - Africa Writes Festival – British Library Conference Centre, 2-5pm

Join the five authors short-listed for the 2013 prize in an in-depth discussion of the continent's flourishing literary cultures and futures. Also taking part are distinguished authors Doreen Baingana, Zoe Wicomb, and Stephanie Newell.

 

This event is free, booking recommended.

 

http://www.bl.uk/whatson/events/event145399.html

 

This is an African Studies Association (UK) 50th anniversary event.





Saturday 6 July, Africa Writes Festival – British Library Conference Centre, 5pm

The shortlisted writers will be discussing their work with Tricia Wombell, Black Book News and Jacqueline Auma, London Afro-Caribbean Book Group, and other London Book Groups.


This event is free, booking recommended.

http://boxoffice.bl.uk
or to book, phone: 01937 546 546

 

Organised in partnership with Africa Writes, a celebration of contemporary African literature from across the continent and the diaspora in association with the Royal African Society.

 

Further information can be found here: http://www.royalafricansociety.org/africawrites2013





Sunday 7 July, Southbank Centre, 6.30pm

The shortlisted writers will be reading from and discussing their work with Nii Parkes, in the Southbank Centre’s Level 5 Function Room.


Tickets: £8, Concessions: £4

 

To book, phone: 0844 875 0073 www.southbankcentre.co.uk