Luanda - The Angolan writers Lopito Feijó, Manuel Rui Monteiro, Ondjaki and Paula Tavares will represent the country in the 20th edition of the international literary festival “Correntes d' Escritas", happening from 16 to 27 February in Oporto City, Portugal.
Lisbon - The DST Angola/Camões Literature Prize, to happen annually with an award of 15,000 euros for literary works written in Portuguese by Angolan authors, was presented on Wednesday in Lisbon, Portugal.
Luanda - The book by the television producer Nguxi dos Santos was released last Friday, in Luanda, at a sales and autographs signing session held in the production centre of the state-owned Angolan Public Television (TPA).
Luanda - The Angolan Writers Association (UEA) and the Litteragris Literary and Linguistic Studies Circuit will hold on December 8 in Luanda the first symposium aimed at speeding up literary criticism and make it more rational and scientific.
Luanda - The implementation of the book policy could revolutionize fundamental aspects related to improving the quality of the teaching and learning process, said Friday in Luanda, the minister of Education (MED), Maria Cândida Teixeira.
Lisbon-The book entitled “The Conflicts in Africa and the Experience of Angola in their Resolution (literal translation from Portuguese)", by the Angolan journalist Mario Augusto, was presented on Thursday in Lisbon, Portugal, by the Guerra e Paz publishers.
Luanda - The Reverend of the United Methodist Church, Gabriel Vinte e Cinco, intends to release a book entitled "Cuanza Sul conhece-te e dá-te a conhecer", to depict the history of the province.
Luanda - The Angolan writer, António Fonseca, said on Tuesday in Luanda that the current book?s production does not meet the local need due to the manufacturing and distribution costs.