Day 3, The Rise of Digital Literature and Publishing: Re-examining the Book Business in the 21st Century

4th March, 2015 Morning session

Panelists: Dilman Dila of Lawino Literary Magazine, Uganda and Melissa Kyeyune of KHAMEL Publishing, Uganda.

Melissa Kyeyune, Jackee B Batanda (moderator) and Dilman Dila

Left: Melissa Kyeyune, Jackee B Batanda (moderator) and Dilman Dila

 

Melissa Kyeyune, Jennifer Makumbi, Goretti Kyomuhendo, Jackee Batanda, and Mildred Barya

Left: Melissa Kyeyune, Jennifer Makumbi, Goretti Kyomuhendo, Jackee Batanda, and Mildred Barya

 

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Second morning to afternoon session: Life Writing: Recollecting the Self and Narrating Multiple Voices

Panelists: Noo Saro-Wiwa on writing Looking for Transwonderland: Travels in Nigeria, Granta, 2012, and Hilda Twongyeirwe on Mediating Rural Women’s Narratives. Chair: Timwa Lipenga

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Left: Noo Saro-Wiwa, Timwa Lipenga, and Hilda Twongyeirwe

Afternoon session: The shift from Journalism to Nonfiction: Challenges for African writers

Panelists: Michela Wrong (UK), Daniel Kalinaki (Uganda) and Gaaki Kigambo, moderator.

Left: Michela Wrong, Gaaki Kigambo, and Daniel Kalinaki

Left: Michela Wrong, Gaaki Kigambo, and Daniel Kalinaki

 

Left: Gaaki Kigambo, Michela Wrong, Daniel Kalinaki, and Charles Mulekwa

Left: Gaaki Kigambo, Michela Wrong, Daniel Kalinaki, and Charles Mulekwa

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