The historical Patan Darbar Square is hosting a first-time literature festival over the weekend. More than 30 well known national and international writers will hold forth on languages, minority voices, journalism, politics, history and books, books, books. They include Akshay Pathak, Alka Saraogi, Jug Suraiya, Namita Gokhale, Shazia Omar, Tarun Tejpal, William Dalrymple, Mohammed Hanif and our own Abhi Subedi, Anbika Giri, Naryan Wagle, Rabi Thapa and Sanjeev Uprety, among others.
A pen between her toes, THOMAS BELL
Telling tales?, RABI THAPA
The singer of the hit song Phoolko Ankhama, is coming to Nepali readers as a writer
Collection of Wayne Amtzis poetry looks at Nepal's war in the context of the unhappy peace that preceded and followed it