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04
Feb 2016

Love, North Calcutta, Bold Women and more – Exclusive interviews of Novoneel Chakraborty and Sumrit Shahi

After a fantastic session on challenges faced by young authors in the world of literature, Meghna Roy and Rupsha Bhadra from Kolkata Bloggers caught up with the two authors Novoneel Chakraborty and Sumrit Shahi. Novoneel, is an author who has written several books like “All Yours, Stranger” and has also written for youth shows like […]

04
Feb 2016

How to Perform A Story

Giles Abbott, a blind storyteller from UK stunned the audience with stories of different kinds which had some connect to literature. He started storytelling professionally when he almost lost his eyesight and since then, its been quite a journey. Organised by British Council, the session was different from what one usually experiences at literary meets […]

vikram sampat
04
Feb 2016

Voices, Rhetoric, Discourse, Dialogue and the Need to Listen

When does an active, engaged discussion become mere words with a lot of sound and no meaning? Vikram Sampath, Haji Syed Salman Chishti and P Sivakami explored this tricky issue in an enthusiastic session named The Need For Dialogue: Discussion v/s Rhetoric that combined Haji Syed Salman Chishti’s unique Sufism-inspired worldview with Vikram Sampat’s poignant […]