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Mohale Mashigo Sep 9
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Cayleigh Bright Sep 6
“Cape Town was designed to divide.” Activist Cities panel at highlights that CT is not an activist city: it can be, but spatial division complicates activism. So do our language divides.
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Open Book Festival Sep 10
Thanks - if you missed this sold out session or want to see it again here is Nasty Women Talk Back launch
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Adam Smyer Sep 4
After 20+ hours of flight across time and space I am in beautiful for ! If someone could tell me what day it is I would appreciate it.
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Never the Strangers Aug 24
Silence. Classes ongoing.
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Sam Beckbessinger Sep 7
Can't tell you how much I enjoyed chatting to and yesterday. There are still 2.5 days left of , Cape Town! Come catch some more hilarious conversations with drunk writers. It's the best.
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Steve Kretzmann Sep 8
Scary and funny at the same time.
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Pumla Dineo Gqola, PhD Sep 9
So much fun was had. Another great line-up! Once again, new friends made, writing discovered. is coming to an end. We have to wait only 12 months to be wowed again. 🎉💐🎊
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Nkanyezi Tshabalala Sep 9
We Cape Town(ed), we festival(ed), and we had a hell of a time doing it! Thank you ! 👊🏾👊🏾 is a wrap. ✌🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
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Nicole Dennis-Benn Sep 9
Had a truly invigorating discussion this afternoon on “Hazards of Home” panel w David Chariandry, Rebecca Davis, & the gifted bright star to watch, Efemia Chela. This entire festival has been a wonderful experience. Thanks ! ☀️🇿🇦
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Lindy Briginshaw Sep 9
Riveting, powerful testimonies by and ‘Mayjean’ on and abuse of power by elites on vulnerable boys - sensitively held by . We need to uncover more, talk about what happened - have justice. This pain and shame is deep.
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Kimon de Greef Sep 9
Separately, huge thanks for putting together such an incredible lineup this year and for running things so well. Loved being part of it
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Bridget Armstrong Sep 7
THE ADULTING TOOLBOX: "I have people say, 'I am a reverent of Theology! I have these degrees! How dare you do this!' Are you judging the book by it's cover, or have you actually read the book?Very few have read the book" - Siya Khumalo 'You have to be gay to know God'
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Ivan Bueno Aug 26
It has been 2 days but my heart is still full. Thank you so much to everyone who showed their support by going to the event! And thank you Ateneo, for entrusting me with a job this big. Simula pa lang ito. 💙
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Ausi Neo's Child Sep 5
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Lesley Nneka Arimah Sep 7
My Open Book Festival events for the week. Looking forward to seeing you there, Cape Town
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Kelli Matthews Jul 2
Go ahead, ask us anything about Bach Cantata 77. Thanks for nerding out with me at @oregonbachfestival’s Discovery concert, . 🤓❤️
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Mohale Mashigo Sep 7
Hi, . Looking so serious on the stage.
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#cocreatePoetica Sep 9
Moving Words: We just had a great session with dancers and poets on collaborations that merged from dance, poetry and music. The artists are now sharing their experiences in the industry.
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The Book Lounge Sep 26
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