Event: Crater Literary Festival, Enugu (12-14 December)

In partnership with AfricaWeek UK, the 3rd edition of Crater Literary Festival will be held in Enugu, Nigeria from 12 to 14 December, 2019. The theme is ‘Literary Renaissance in Africa’.

The 3 day event is a celebration of African literature, art, drama, poetry, and dance.

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The annual event which hosts writers, readers, publishers, artists and art aficionados in Enugu is designed to educate, explore and enlighten on the progress of literary development in shaping culture and society in Africa. The primary objective is to promote budding local authors and creatives, connect them with established authors and creatives for mentorship and opportunities that will boost their craft. Find out more here.

Crater Literary Festival 2019 will feature creative and technical writing workshops, panel sessions, book reading/chat sessions, drama, poetry presentations, an art exhibition and art talks. The panel discussions, which cover fiction, non-fiction, comics, libraries, and publishing, are designed to provide an intellectual and academic focus for the participants.

The festival is free and open to all.
Coming up: 12-14 December, 2019

For more information, please contact: litfest@thecraterlibrary.com / ada@thecraterlibrary.com (Adachukwu Onwudiwe, Festival Manager)

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