As the young author/blogger Nikita Lalwani penned her first anthology- 2 Peg Ke Baad, in conversation, she opens up about her observation about social injustice, compassion towards humanity and how she becomes a writer… The book that has released on World Book Day (April 23) titled 2 Peg Ke Baad, has enough reason to raise … More Raising toast to reality!
Says young poet Rochelle Potkar whose latest book Four Degrees of Separation is in bookstore and receiving a positive response from critics and readers alike. In conversation, she opens up on her journey as a writer, airs her view on censorship and more… It was 2013, when I first met Rochelle Potkar, during Raed Leaf … More Poetry is closer to prayer
As the second edition of Mumbai’s most exciting new literature festival LitOFest ended this weekend at St. Xavier’s College, we take an over-view… Once the Russian poet and novelist said, “Literature is the art of discovering something extraordinary about ordinary people, and saying with ordinary words something extraordinary.” Perhaps the essence of LitOfest is the … More A new age fest for budding scribblers
With a larger than life personality and stage presence, the 45 year old Korean performing artiste Yonggu Shin will catch your eye balls within no time. During his latest visit to India, in conversation, Arundhuti Banerjee the artiste talks about Asian culture, his performance and his fascinating experience in India and more. Excerpt Once J … More Adorning with a Korean touch…