Tag Archives: Stories

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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If It Is Sweet

Mridula Koshy, If It Is Sweet, Tranquebar, Rs 295, paperback ISBN 978-93-80032-12-2 Reviews have been few and far between recently, because of work and health problems, but I absolutely had to review this book before Mridula Koshy visits Calcutta on … Continue reading

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Creative Writing Workshop with British Council

I will be running another two-day creative writing workshop on the 5th and 6th of September (Saturday and Sunday). If you wish to sign up for this, please mail Manish Gupta, Manager, Young Audiences, British Council Division, British Deputy High … Continue reading

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Meeting for Project C on 4 July 2009

Meeting on 4 July 2009 People present: Arijit Sett Arnab Chakravorty Atreyee Day Avijit Chatterjee Monidipa Mondal Nibedita Sen Prayag Ray Pujarini Sen Rimi B. Chatterjee Rohan Ghatak Sharad Soumya Majumdar Shayeari Dutta Sudeshna Dutta Chaudhuri That is 13 out … Continue reading

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Post-Workshop Meetings

Well, the workshop on graphic novel writing at Seagull was a huge success, even though we had only seven people. All of them came up with kickass stories that we would like to see developed further. The most interesting was … Continue reading

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The World of the Game

To continue my thread of posts on games. As you can see the debate is hotting up, and Deepak has weighed in with his considered opinion. Deepak Sharma, for those of you who don’t know him, is the artist of … Continue reading

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Gobindo Pahari patted his left breast pocket guiltily. The woman on the ladies’ seat that spanned the front of the 45B was glaring at him. No doubt she’d seen the rectangular outline against the cloth. What did she think it … Continue reading

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