"And Crocodiles Are Hungry At Night" @ SOAS University of London July 2012
Jul 10, 2012
Ayebia Book Launch of "And Crocodiles Are Hungry At Night" By Jack Mapanje @ SOAS, University of London
Nana Ayebia Clarke MBE in Conversation with Malawian writer & Poet Jack Mapanje on the Launch of his Book And Crocodiles Are Hungry At Night at SOAS event Africa Writes 2012.
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Ghana Oct 2013
British Council/Ayebia Literary Workshop 16th-18th October 2013
Dallas Launch 2012 In Honour of Ama Ata Aido
Ghana Launch 2012 In Honour of Ama Ata Aido
Cape Town 2010
Images from the Launch of You Must Set Forth at Dawn at the Book Lounge with Nana Ayebia Clarke in Conversation with Wole Soyinka, including Q&A with the audience on Thursday 29 July 2010.
The Book Lounge Cape Town 2010
Wole Soyinka in conversation with his African Publisher, Nana Ayebia Clarke at the Dalro Forum at the Cape Town Book Fair venue including Q&A with the audience on Saturday 31 July 2010.
WS Book Fair Interview 2010
Ghanaian and African Publisher Nana Ayebia Clarke in conversation with contributing authors to Ayebia’s African Love Stories Anthology edited by Ama Ata Aidoo including Sindiwe Magona, Antjie Krog including invited guest Albertina Sisulu at the Dalro Forum with Q&A with the audience Saturday 31 July 2010.
ALS Discussion Capetown Book Fair 2010
WS in conversation with Kopano Matlwa, the young South African joint-winner of the Wole Soyinka Prize for African Writing 2010 in Nigeria, facilitated by Nana Ayebia Clarke including Q&A with the audience on Saturday 31 July 2010.
Mount Nelson Hotel Arts dinner
WS at the launch of YMSFAD at Xarra Books in Newtown, Jo’burg and in conversation with Mandla Langa, Pitika Ntuli facilitated by Nana Ayebia Clarke including Q&A with the audience on Monday 2 August 2010.
Xarra Book Shop Jo'burg Event
WS attends a Press Lunch at The Grace Hotel in Rosebank, Jo’burg with SA journalists including Maureen Isaacson - Sunday Independent, Phakama Mbonambi - Words etc, Annette Bayne – The Citizen, Gail Smith – City Press, Greg Gamann – Mail & Guardian, Kirsten Maple – Sunday Times, Don Makatile – The Sowetan with Nana Ayebia Clarke and Jean Scott from Book Promotions on Monday 2 August 2010.
Press Lunch Jo'burg
Book Promotions – a subsidiary of Jonathan Ball Publishers at the Jonathan Ball stand at the Cape Town Book Fair 2010 displaying Ayebia titles – You Must Set Forth at Dawn, Nervous Conditions and African Love Stories
Ayebia Titles Jonathan Ball Stand
London Book Fair