Meet Anoeschka von Meck who has won three literary awards with her book Vaselientjie.
KNYSNA NEWS - Lovers of literature all through the Garden Route are invited to join Pam Golding Properties of Knysna and the Knysna Edu-cation Trust on a truly unique experience - the "Delicious Word Journey"!
The journey will be from one home to another to enjoy delicately handcrafted Ataraxia wines accompanied by delicious food, while meeting award-winning authors.
There will be the opportunity to discuss the conceptualisation, writing and publishing of their works while meandering from the Pilots House on The Heads through Pezula private estate.
Markus Färbinger of Ile de Pain and Michael Cheze will speak of their creative collaboration producing a book and film on the art of bread-making.
Keith Cornelis-Britz will talk of his book Big Dans Sophie - a delicate and beautifully told tale of the woodcutters who once lived and worked in the forests of Knysna. The book was nominated for the European Union Literary Awards and only last week the book was shortlisted for the Alan Paton Literary Award. Keith will be travelling from Cape Town for the occasion.
Hilary Matthee, daughter of the late Dalene Matthee will share her mother’s experiences and fascinating stories of when she researched her internationally renowned books Fiela se Kind, Circles in a Forest and Toorbos to name but a few.
Anoeschka von Meck will talk about her interesting work on the life of Essie Honiball, a remarkable woman ahead of her time. She cured herself of disease through diet and positive thought.
Anoescka is best known for her book Vaselientjie which won three literary awards.
Knysna resident Stanley Trollip and his Johannesburg co-author Michael Sears will present the third of their hugely popular Detective Kubu series - Death of the Mantis.
Departure point: Car park in front of Jamie Blue on Thesen Island, where a taxi will wait to whisk you away on the Delicious Word Journey.
Date: 15 April 2011 at 17:30 sharp.
Tickets: R350 per person
Contact: Ady 044 384 0260 or 072 465 5315
All proceeds from ticket sales will benefit projects of the Knysna Education Trust NPO No: 004-286.
Limited tickets are still available. If you are the 10th caller, you can win two free tickets to this delicious event!
Knysna Resident Stanley Trollip and his Johannesburg co-author Michael Sears will present the third book in their popular detective series Death of the Mantis.