26 February 2013

Angola: Writers Union Edits About 50 Titles in Three Years

Luanda — The secretary general of the Angolan Writers Union (UEA), Carmo Neto, said Tuesday in Luanda that in its three years of mandate the team edited about 50 titles, in a country faced by some constraints in the literary market.

Carmo Neto was speaking to Angop on the actions developed in his about to end term.

He said that most of these works had to be produced abroad due to the low price and the need to respond to a greater demand of requests made to UEA as publisher, and therefore meet the wishes of all members.

Among various titles the UEA expects to edit until April, Carmo Neto referred to the works by Maria Eugénia Neto, Manuel Rui Monteiro and Jofre Rocha.

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