We are thrilled that the MidLit2019 programme is filling up fast with fantastic authors. This list is by no means final but will give you an idea of what to expect - subject to the whims of the authors.
Saturday morning: Fiona Snyckers Lacuna; Julia Martin The Blackridge House; Fred Khumalo Talk of the Town; Zanele Njapha An Eye for Love; Cuba Ikaneng & YABI; Ekow Duker Yellowbone; Siya Khumalo You Have to be Gay to Know God; Steve Wimberley Dr Grumble
Saturday afternoon: Peter Storey I Beg to Differ; Hugh Bland Trappist Missions of KZN; Ralph Mathegka Ramaphosa’s Turn & When Zuma Turns; John Roff Poems for the nature-hungry soul; Richard Hunt Spirit of the Drakensberg; Ronnie Kasrils Catching Tadpoles.
Sunday morning: Martin Prozesky Honest to Goodness; Chris Hoare 'Mad Mike' Hoare: The Legend; Gloria Kaverne Achieving the international bestseller dream; Elana Bregin Not wanted on the voyage; Izak de Vries with Luke Molver and Hannes Barnard, JL Powers Representing Africa; Khaya Dhlanga These things happen to me; Peter Church Thrills and Spills of Crime Fiction (Bitter Pill, Dark Video & Crackerjack); Mogau Seshene The Lazy Makoti.
Sunday afternoon: Sonja Kruse The Ubuntu Girl; Desiree Anne Martin We don’t talk about this ever; Ashwin Desai; For Kids: one hour storytelling and meet some authors.
For more information on the authors watch our Facebook page.
Tickets are R100 per morning or afternoon (approx 6 sessions each), and R300 for the entire Festival -including a cup of tea or coffee. Book your spot online with Quicket.
Lunch needs to be booked on arrival at Fern Hill Hotel (R120 for a buffet, or R60 for a baguette)
Will you join us to celebrate 10 years of literary delights in the Midlands?
31 August - 1 September 2019
Fern Hill Hotel, Howick, KwaZulu-Natal.