African Writers' Club

Review of Transition no. 9. African Writers' Club;Review of Transition no. 9. African Writers' Club: BBC Africa Services Collection

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  • Duration

    00:20:23

  • Shelf mark

    C134/414

  • Subjects

    Arts & Book Reviews

  • Recording date

    unknown

  • Producers

    unidentified (male)

  • Speakers

    Nagenda, John, 1938- (male), unidentified (male), Dipoko, Mbella Sonne, 1936- (male), Clark, John Pepper 1935- (male), Hooley, Joan (female)

  • Description

    Item notes : This is a review of the literary journal by John Nagenda. He is assisted by Edward Mukasa [?], John-Pepper Clark and Mbella Dipoko. The reviewers discuss the inclusive nature of the journal, arguing whether the journal should be reserved for creative writing exclusively or whether it should continue to include other material. There is also debate about the non-African material featured in the journal. There is poetry reading by Joan Hooley.

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Review of Transition no. 9. African Writers' Club;Review of Transition no. 9. African Writers' Club: BBC Africa Services Collection

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