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  1. Latest News from Connect ZA: Francesca Beard arrives in Cape Town

    Project News, What we're doing, Stories and Ephemera

    16.09.2014

    /news/2014/september/connect-za-update

    And spoken word artist Francesca Beard has arrived in Cape Town for the 2014 Open Book Festival!

    As we look ahead at the exciting programme of literature events taking place in South Africa over the coming weeks as part of the British Council Connect ZA programme, we want to put the spotlight on just a few of our most recent projects which have supported creative collaborations between artists and audiences in the UK and South Africa.

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  2. Tongue Fu in South Africa with Connect ZA

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    Tongue Fu is one of the UK’s best spoken word events. In February 2014, Tongue Fu poet and programmer Chris Redmond and musician Arthur Lea travelled to Johannesburg and Cape Town in February as part of our British Council Connect ZA programme.

    In this blog, Chris Redmond shared his reflections on the trip and the spoken word scene in South Africa.

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  3. Next Generation Poets 2014

    Project News, What we're doing, Partner Spotlight

    11.09.2014

    /news/2014/september/next-generation-poets-2014

    The British Council is delighted to be collaborating with the Poetry Book Society on an international showcase of contemporary British poetry featuring the Next Generation Poets 2014.

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  4. After the Korean Literature Focus...

    General, Project News, What we're doing, Stories and Ephemera

    10.09.2014

    Over the past year, the Korea Market Focus Cultural Programme, curated by the British Council in partnership with the Literature Translation Institute of Korea, has brought the very best of Korean contemporary writing and publishing to audiences in the UK. We are delighted to have been able to work with thirteen writers from Korea, more than 35 panellists, including UK writers, translators and editors, at more than 35 events across four UK cities.

    If you missed the events of the Korea Market Focus, watch our video below to hear from some of the Korean writers first hand.

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  5. Writers Return, Derry-Londonderry

    Project News, What we're doing

    22.08.2014

    /news/2014/august/writers-return-derry--londonderry

    Two of Northern Ireland's most celebrated poets, Colette Bryce and Leontia Flynn, join Qatari poet Maryam Al Subaiey to read poems about journeys and discuss how travel inspires new writing as part of Culture Night festivities on 19 September in Derry-Londonderry.

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  6. Q&A with Ji-young Gong

    Project News, Blogs

    19.08.2014

    Ji-young Gong

    On fantasy, reality and place as a sea of language...

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  7. Friday 22nd August: Edinburgh excitement and the Korean wave

    Project News, What we're doing, Blogs

    19.08.2014

    Kim Young-ha

    One of Korea’s finest novelists Kim Young-ha returns to the UK for an event at the Edinburgh International Book Festival with David Bezmozgis.

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  8. Publishing Success Following British Council Summer School

    Project News, Partner Spotlight, Blogs, Stories and Ephemera

    18.08.2014

    /news/2014/august/publishing-success-following-british-council-summer-school

    This year, as the Creative Writing Summer School unfolded in Athens for the second time, students were invited to an event with a slightly different twist: previous pupil Vangelis Provias hosted his very first book launch for his debut novel begun in classes from the 2013 school

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  9. Trading Tales: Writers Get Ready and Set to Go!

    General, Project News, What we're doing

    23.07.2014

    Lisa Allen-Agostini c Joshua Yetman

    Before the Games has even begun, find out more about our Commonwealth writers getting set for Glasgow and Trinidad next month.

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  10. Trading Tales: A Call for Writers

    Project News, What we're doing

    04.07.2014

    Mitchell Library

    British Council are pleased to announce a writers’ residency programme in both Scotland and the Caribbean this summer for writers of historical fiction.

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