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All these events take place on the main campus of the University of Pretoria. Entrance is free unless indicated.

Alles gebeur op die hoofkampus van die Universiteit van Pretoria. Toegang is gratis tensy aangedui.

Dinsdag 4/3 Tuesday

18:30-21:00 Opening van die EPOSII uitstalling / Opening of the EPOSII exhibition (Klubsaal/Club Hall)
Wednesday 5/3 Woensdag

17:30-18:45 Bekendstelling van Joan Hambidge se nuwe roman, Palindroom, deur Henning Pieterse (Genugtig! Uitgewers) (Rautenbachsaal)

19:00-22:00 Official opening of the BookJol
– Guest speaker: Dr Mathews Phosa
– Presentation of Katrine Harries Award for Children’s Book Illustrations and C P Hoogenhout Award for Children’s Literature: Prof Thomas van der Walt – Unit for Research in Children’s Literature (UNISA)
– The long read to wisdom: production by UP Drama Department

Amptelike opening van die BoekJol
– Gasspreker: Dr. Mathews Phosa
– Oorhandiging van Katrine Harries-toekenning vir Kinderboekillustrasies en die CP Hoogenhout-toekenning vir Kinderliteratuur: Prof Thomas van der Walt – Eenheid vir Navorsing in Kinderliteratuur (UNISA)
– Neem (w)eet … : produksie deur die UP Department Drama
Donderdag 6/3 Thursday

09:00-13:00 600 leerders by die boekefees / 600 learners visit the bookfest

10:00-11:00 ‘I was a black woman. I was certified African. I carried a pass’ Sindiwe Magona talks about her writing career and her remarkable life, and reads favourite passages from her books. (Acacia) Introduction by Sope Maithufi

10:00-11:00 Baja lingual : vertaling vir ‘n veeltalige gemeenskap. ‘n Gesprek tussen Henning Pieterse, Michiel Heyns, Charl-Pierre Naudé, Jerry Mojalefa en Andries Wessels. (Klubsaal)

10:00-13:00 Poësie oggend (Marieta Napierkamer)
10-11 Joan Hambidge en Cas Vos
11-12 Dolf van Niekerk in gesprek met Rina Thom
12-13 Andries (Roof) Bezuidenhout en oop mikrofoonsessie gelei deur Leti Kleyn

11:00-12:00 Award winning playwrights Kobus Moolman and Anton Krueger talk about their work. (Protea) Facilitator: Idette Noome

11:00-12:00 EPOS II – gesprek tussen die kunstenaars en digters van hierdie Belgiese/Suid-Afrikaanse samewerkingsprojek (Klubsaal)

11:00-12:00 Rapier of knuppel : Joan Hambidge oor haar kreatiewe skryfwerk en rubrieke. (Acacia) Corina van der Spoel lei die gesprek

12:00-13:00 LifeLines : a visual poetry presentation by Chris Mann and Julia Skeen. (Acacia) Introduction by Molly Brown

12:00-13:00 Gedigte nogmaals in gesprek / Poems once more in conversation Ingrid de Kok (English), Jerry Mojalefa (Sepedi), Mandla Maphumulo (isiZulu), Buti Skhosana (Ndebele), Henning Pieterse (Afrikaans) (soos laas jaar by Aardklop / similar to Aardklop). (Klubsaal/Club Hall)

12:00-13:00 The emergence of self-publishing as alternative to traditional publishing. Rhodé Odendaal (Content Solutions) (Protea)

12:30-13:15 University of Pretoria Symphony Orchestra lunch hour concert / Universiteit van Pretoria Simfonieorkes etensuurkonsert (Musaion) Uitgebreide program word Vrydagaand herhaal / programme to be repeated on Friday evening

12:30-14:00 UniverCity 1-3 : three experts talk about their work / drie kenners aan die woord (Villa Museum)
1. A[-] way with words : Roger Fisher (Architecture)
2. Tips on how to identify plants: Braam van Wyk (Plant Science)
3. Die lewe van Johanna Brandt: Jackie Grobler (Historiese en Erfenisstudies)

13:00-14:00 Academic Publishing Workshop. Estelle Jobson (Wits Press) and Karen Brunt (HSRC Press) (Acacia)

14:00-15:00 All under heaven : Darryl Accone talks about his fascinating family history and other stories. (Acacia) Introduction by Karen Harris

14:00-16:00 LIASA Northern Gauteng meeting. (Club Hall)

15:00-16:00 Piet Haasbroek weer ’n slag in Pretoria. (Protea) Tommy Fenyes lei die gesprek

15:00-16:00 Marionetvertoning deur Machteld van Nieuwkerk. (k-zone/k-sone)
1. Koning Janusch kan nie slaap nie
2. Ek hou van roomkoek

16:00-17:00 Doop jou pen in slym : kom teken saam met bekende jeugboekskrywer en kunstenaar, Fanie Viljoen. (vir 7-12jariges) (k-zone/k-sone)

16:00-17:00 Shimmer Chinodya (winner of the 2007/08 Noma Award for African writing) talks about writing in Zimbabwe and reads from his books. (Club Hall) Introduction by Peter Horn. Music by UP Chorale over a glass of wine between the Chinodya en Khumalo talks

17:00-18:00 Hang out with authors / Kuier met skrywers… Helen Brain, Anzil Kulsen, Sarah Britten, Jaco Jacobs, Carina Diedericks-Hugo and Fanie Viljoen (Rautenbachsaal/ Hall)

17:30-18:30 Fred Khumalo talks about and reads from his latest books. (Club Hall) Discussion leader: Leon de Kock

18:30-20:00 TUKS Camerata sunset concert / TUKS Camerata skemerkonsert (Musaion) Program word Vrydagmiddag herhaal / programme to be repeated Friday lunch time

19:00-20:00 The long read to wisdom: repeat of the Drama Department production at the opening function / Neem (w)eet … : herhaling van die Drama Departement se produksie tydens die openingsfunksie (Masker)

20:00-23:00 Express(i) : UP arts and literature / UP kuns en letterkunde … plus Riku Lätti, Arnaud van Vliet (Radio Lava) and Roof Bezuidenhout on stage in the Aula [STUKU]
Friday 7/3 Vrydag

08:30-12:30 Women writing and reading, here and beyond : a morning seminar presented by the Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Pretoria (Acacia) Programme detail

08:30-15:00 The ebook phenomenon – a new chapter : a one day symposium as part of the 1st South African eBook Fair. [R100] (Aula) Programme detail and Online registration

10:00-11:00 Writing clubs meet with youth authors / Skryfklubs ontmoet jeugskrywers : Carina Diedericks-Hugo en Jaco Jacobs (Klubsaal / Club Hall)

10:00-11:15 Babalela (Masker)

10:00-13:00 Poetry morning with Peter Horn, Sally-Ann Murray, Chris van Wyk, Ingrid de Kok, Kobus Moolman and Chris Mann. (Marieta Napier Room) Facilitator: Marijke van Vuuren

11:00-12:00 Johann Lodewyk Marais praat oor groen kwessies in die digkuns en die sensuur van Vlieg II. (Protea) Gespreksleier: Henning Pieterse

11:00-12:00 Michiel Heyns, award winning writer and translator talks about his writing and reads from his books. (Club Hall) Introduction by Andries Wessels

12:00-13:00 Two local local writers: David Medalie and Chris Walton ad lib. (Acacia) Facilitator: Antony Goedhals

13:00-14:00 Academic Publishing Workshop. Veronica Klipp (Wits Press) and Karen Brunt (HSRC Press) (Acacia)

12:30-13:15 TUKS Camerata luch hour concert / TUKS Camerata etensuurkonsert (Musaion)

12:30-14:00 UniverCity 4-6: three experts talk about their fascinating work / drie kenners aan die woord oor hulle fassinerende werk (Villa Museum)
4. Daardie wonderlike skip van die woestyn : Malie Smuts (Veterinêre Tropiese Siektes)
5. Personal branding : Ernie North (Marketing & Communication Management)
6. On death and dying – 40 years later, how well are we dying? David Cameron (Family Medicine)

14:00-15:00 Writing the stories of our cities : Sally-Ann Murray and Darryl Accone. (Club Hall) Facilitator: David Medalie

15:00-16:00 Hang out with authors / Kuier met skrywers : Fanie Viljoen, Helen Brain, Carina Diedericks-Hugo, Anzil Kulsen, Sarah Britten. (Rautenbachsaal / Hall)

16:00-17:00 Teken Slym – die wêreld se eerste wurm in ’n paddakonsert : Fanie Viljoen, bekende kinderboekskrywer en kunstenaar wys jou hoe. Vir 7-12jariges (k-sone)

16:00-17:00 Jeanette Ferreira in gesprek met Annette Jordaan oor haar historiese romans. (Acacia)

17:00-18:00 Van kameeldoring tot rooi ivoor : Hans du Plessis praat met Elda van der Merwe oor sy Griekwa skryfwerk en sy nuwe roman. (Klubsaal) Kuier verder oor ’n glas wyn voor die simfoniekonsert

19:00-21:00 University of Pretoria Symphony Orchestra concert / Universiteit van Pretoria Simfonieorkes konsert (Musaion) [R40 – tickets available in the Aula foyer from 5 March and in the Musaion foyer on 7 March from 18:00 / kaartjies beskikbaar in die Aula foyer vanaf 5 Maart en in die Musaion foyer op 7 Maart, vanaf 18:00] Programmedetail / Programbesonderhede

19:00-20:00 The long read to wisdom : repeat of the Drama Department production at the bookfest opening / Neem (w)ee … .: herhaling van die Drama Departement se produksie tydens die boekefees opening (Masker)
Saterdag 8/3 Saturday

09:30-10:00 UP Chorale sings African music to put you in the right mood for brunch (Burgundy’s)

10:00-12:00 Brunch with Sindiwe Magona in conversation with Peter Thuynsma. Sindiwe’s book Living, loving and lying awake at night was voted one of Africa’s 100 best books. [R100 – to book one of these limited seats send an email to thea.heckroodt@up.ac.za] (Burgundy’s)

10:00-11:30 Kom geniet tee en koek saam met geliefde skrywer, Helene de Kock, wie se roman Dieper water so pas by Human en Rousseau verskyn het (NB Uitgewers). (Marieta Napierkamer) Gespreksleier: Margaret Bakkes

10:00-11:00 Kuier met skrywers / Hang out with authors (Rautenbach Hall/saal)

10:00-11:00 Om te wees of om te hê : die lewe na materialisme – Wilhelm Jordaan, Johann Rossouw en Johann du Pisanie in gesprek met Annette van der Merwe (Klubsaal)

10:00-11:00 In case you missed them, Sally-Ann Murray, Kobus Moolman and Peter Horn read from their poetry once again. (Acacia)

10:00-11:20 Konfetti : sprokies in nuwe gedaantes (Masker)

11:00-12:00 Story telling for 5-9ers : Evelyn Matjokane

11:00-12:00 As jy hulle gemis het, hier is Cas Vos en Hans du Plessis weer (Marieta Napierkamer)

11:00-12:00 LifeLines: a visual poetry presentation by Chris Mann and Julia Skeen (Acacia) Introduction by Molly Brown

11:30-13:00 UniverCity 7-9 : three experts talk about their fascinating work / drie kenners aan die woord oor hulle fassinerende werk (Villa Museum)
7. Children’s rights : Ann Skelton (Centre for Child Law)
8. Did Leonardo da Vinci invent the telescope? André Buys (Engineering and Technology Management)
9. Wie was Koos de la Rey eintlik?: Fransjohan Pretorius (Historiese en Erfenisstudies)

12:00-13:00 Khaya Afrika puppets / marionette : Antoinette Pienaar

13:00-15:00 Lunch with Chris van Wyk, poet and author of Shirley, Goodness and Mercy, in conversation with Hein Willemse [R100 – to book one of these limited seats send an email to thea.heckroodt@up.ac.za] (Burgundy’s)

13:00-15:00 Dis waar als begin het : PG du Plessis oor kampuslewe in die vorige eeu, stories en skrywers oor middagete. Rudi Venter lei die gesprek. Nooi jouself na hierdie fees! [R100 – om een van hierdie bekerkte plekke te bespreek, stuur e-pos aan thea.heckroodt@up.ac.za] (Klubsaal)

19:00-20:00 The Long read to wisdom: repeat of the Drama Department production at the bookfest opening / Neem (w)eet … : herhaling van die Drama Departement se produksie tydens die boekefees opening (Masker Theatre/Teater)

18:00-20:00 2nd Century Concert with Mango Groove (Aula) Tickets available at Tukkiewerf or phone Louren at 0834590035

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