Some of the most happening literature events of the month:
To read or not to read is never the question....
University Debating & Literary Club, Cultural Education Centre, AMU presents AMU Literary Festival 2018, a festival celebrating art, literature and social change. This one of a kind literary festival hosted by a University shall present before you a host of writers, poets, journalists and filmmakers to discuss a plethora of issues pertaining to diverse fields of art. The diverse range of events that shall be presented before you shall include panel discussions; meet the author sessions, poetry reading and their ilk. Join the event and be a part of this grand carnival!
To know more - amulitfest
Government of Kerala brings together renowned authors and literary personalities from all across the globe to collaborate with aspiring writers, avid readers and literary lovers through the International Festival of Books & Authors from 6 – 10 March 2018 at the Bolgatty Palace, Kochi. The event will witness thought provoking deliberations on contemporary social issues and workshops on different subjects of interest.
To know more -krithibookfest
Don’t miss the book reading session by Meenakshi Verma and MeennaDawar ‘Mohini’, the authors of ‘The Divine Throne of Maharani Meeramani’ and ‘JaltaPaani’ respectively. The book reading will be held on 18th March at ‘BookPal’ Library, B19, Omaxe City Centre, Sohna Rd, Sector 49, Gurugram, Haryana, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The session promotes the habit of reading as well as the issues discussed by the authors.
Women Writers Fest Delhi is all set for its second edition on 10th March at Institut Cervantes. The day-long festival puts the spotlight on authors, writers, bloggers, and editors, featuring firebrand panelists from across genres. The fest will provide a forum for women writers from varied fields, be it fiction, nonfiction, journalism, blogging and more, to come together and discuss issues that are important to modern women.
To know more -shethepeople
#CityScripts is an official festival book store curated by The Bookshop, Jorbagh, New Delhi. This year, we take form as a critical lens— from fiction, newspapers, new media, academic and research writing, to music, film and art—and talk about how they frame/inform urban discourses in specific ways. We focus on context, the power dynamics between the writer and reader.
To know more - iihs
Maithili Literature Festival by Maithili Lekhak Sangha in collaboration with Maithili Bhojpuri Academy will be held in Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Auditorium &MatiGharLawan, C.V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi from 10.00am to 8.00pm. IGNCA is an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Culture as a research centre and academic pursuit in the field of the arts.
Further details will soon be available on -IGNCA
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