Tag Archives: Comics

Quick Update

Have just managed to resolve net issues and some site problems, which were preventing me from blogging. As a result I have a huge backlog of posts in various degrees of preparation to clear over the next few weeks. Fear … Continue reading

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Invitation Cards for Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival

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Sekhar Mukherjee to Speak at JU

Sekhar Mukherjee, a comics creator, animator and National Institute of Design faculty member, will be speaking at Jadavpur University in the Department of English Audio Visual Room at 4pm on Monday 11 January 2010. He’s also known to the world … Continue reading

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival

Kolkata is getting its own literary festival, courtesy the Oxford Bookstore and our very own Maina Bhagat. I’m going to be on a panel for this on the 16th morning, titled rather dauntingly Sex and the City. There’s Ruchir Joshi, … Continue reading

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David B

We had a fabulous chat with David B on Tuesday, with fit audience though few including many of the Drighanchoo team. David B is his pen name: he was born Pierre-Francois Beauchard, but in a series of significant steps changed … Continue reading

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In conversation with David B Today

I will be in conversation with noted French comics writer David B, author of L’Ascension du Haute Mal (Epileptic in English) along with Abhijit Gupta and Pinaki De at the Vivekananda Hall at JU, 11am.

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Open Letter to Savita Bhabhi

I know my blog has been rather boring of late. Just to spice things up a bit, here is a post on Savita Bhabhi. Enjoy! Dearest Savita Bhabhi, My most respected bhabhiji, I am writing to say that I miss … Continue reading

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