DSC08187
 
Time of the Writer International Writer’s Festival 2016
 
Umncintiswano wezikole wokubhala izindatshana ezimfishane 
 
I-19th Time of the Writer umgubho wababhali owongamelwe yi-Centre for Creative Arts, eNyuvesi YakwaZulu-Natali imema abafundi bezikole emabangeni aphezulu ukuthi bathumele izindatshana ezimfishane kumncintiswano wezikole obakhona minyaka yonke ngaphambi komhlaka 26th February ngolwesihlanu. 

Read more ...

DSC08187

19th Time of the Writer 
 
14 - 19 March 2016
 
Schools Short Story Competition
 
The 19th Time of the Writer hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts, University of KwaZulu-Natal invites South African high school learners to submit their short stories for the annual Schools Short Story Competition by Friday 26 February 2016.

Read more ...

A select group of 20 writers from South Africa and Africa will gather together for a week of thought provoking literary dialogue and exchange of ideas at the Time of the Writer Festival.

Audiences can expect to hear the opinions of multiple award winning writers, from a wide variety of political and social contexts, on the creative and technical processes and perspectives which shape their writing. Evening readings and discussions will take place at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre (Howard College Campus).

With the following evening panels: 

Read more ...

A select group of writers from South Africa and Africa will gather together for a week of thought provoking literary dialogue and exchange of ideas at the 18thTime of the Writer Festival. Presented by the Centre for Creative Arts (University of KwaZulu-Natal) and made possible by support from the National Department of Arts and Culture, the City of Durban, the French Institute (IFAS) and the Goethe Institute, this 18thedition takes place in Durban between 16 and 21 March.

The theme for this year's festival, Writing For Our Lives, calls attention to the urgent continuing struggle of all writers in speaking truth and bearing witness to the times through their words. Globally writers are combatting censorship when the truth is too hard to swallow, challenging the reader's perspective and sparking a passion for literature in our youth.

Read more ...