25-31 October 2013 #678

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After the remarkable success of the previous two years’ literary events, Ncell and The Bookworm Trust are back with the third edition of Nepal Literature Festival. Aiming to attract a wide cross-section of Nepali life – from the plebeian to the high-strung – the festival will feature 96 eminent writers from home and abroad. Meet your favourite men and women of letters and take part in lively discussions, poetry recitals, book launches, and signings.

25 October

On Prayogshala, Jhalak Subedi, Yubaraj Ghimire, Mumaram Khanal, and Sudhir Sharma discuss Sharma’s book Prayogshala, 1.30 to 3pm

The art of the short story, Rabi Thapa talks to international authors Prajwal Parajuly and Farah Ghuznavi, 3 to 4pm

The winning habit, banker Anil Shal talks to Prakash Iyer, author, motivational speaker, and leadership coach, 4 to 5pm

Writers on writers, Abhi Subedi and Khagendra Sangraula reflect inwardly, 4 to 5pm

26 October

Second thoughts on stardust, society, and celebrity, Kunda Dixit in conversation with Shoba De, 11am to 12pm

Take the lead, Prakash Iyer and Anil Chitrakar discuss winning habits, 12 to 1pm

Talking cartoons, Dilbhusan Pathak talks to Durga Baral, Rajesh KC, and Guna Raj Luitel 3 to 4pm Poets on poetry, Abhi Subedi talks to Indian poet, writer, and diplomat Abhay K ,4 to 5pm

The land where I flee, Colin Cooper in conversation with Prajwal Parajuly, 5 to 6pm

27 October

Lively pair, Bijaya Kumar tickles Hari Bansha Acharya and Madan Krishna Shrestha, 11am to 12pm

Redefining nationality, Bisnu Sapkota questions CK Lal, Pratyush Onta, and Dambar Chemjong, 12 to 1pm

Talking love, Prateebha Tuladhar in conversation with Indian author and playwright Annie Zaidi, 12 to 1pm

I too had a love story, actress Nisha Adhikari in conversation with Indian writer Ravinder Singh, 2 to 3pm

The empire writes back, Sanjeev Upreti talks to Ned Beauman, Farah Ghuznavi, and Prajwal Parajuly, 3 to 4pm

Mushayara, the best of Nepali Urdu poetry from Abdul Latif Shauk and Abdul Waheed, 4 to 5pm

28 October

Celebrating Rajesh Hamal, actor and theatre director Anup Baral talks to the most enduring Nepali actor, 11 to 12pm

Reporting from the unknown turf, Kashish Das Shrestha in conversation with Annie Zaidi, 12 to 1pm

Growing up with Granta, Rabi Thapa in conversation with British novelist and author Ned Beauman, 2 to 3pm

The future of print journalism, Rajneesh Bhandari puts editors Akhilesh Upadhyay, Amit Dhakal, Rajendra Dahal on the firing line, 4 to 5pm

Closing session, book launch, and poetry recitation, 4 to 6 pm

25 to 28 October,

Nepal Academy Hall, Kamaladi

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