By Ivanova Nono Fotso, Cameroon I know a young woman who has many grown-up responsibilities: university studies, work, chores, volunteering and church. Yet unbeknownst to the rest of the world, this young woman has a secret room in her heart. In that room, she revisits the world of a five year-old girl, filled with wonder
Timazi Magazine of Kenya recently featured part one of “Big Day,” a comic strip birthed by friendships made at MAI’s LittWorld 2012 conference. There John and Maggie Gathuku, who lead the Christian youth magazine, met Mexican illustrator José Carlos Gutiérrez (right in photo below) and author Ivanova Nono Fotso of Cameroon (left in photo). José
“The only real mistake is the one we learn nothing from.” Learning from failure within Christian publishing was the topic of one session at LittWorld. Ramon Rocha III, MAI’s director of publisher training, moderated a discussion between four notable publishers from different countries. Panellist Tony Collins of Lion Hudson plc (right in above photo) in the
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