The second edition of The Bombay Review’s Literary Event in Delhi is here with a range of interesting talks and activities. The two-hour event, part of their summer literary tour across five countries, will consist of talks by two experts in the field of literature, which will then be followed by an open mic session for poetry. Sounds bookalicious.
Literature lovers who enjoy thoughtful and engaging sessions with experts in the industry. Special shout-out to poetry aficionados – doesn’t matter whether you like to perform, or just listen.
The two talks are on pertinent topics that really haven’t been tackled on a public forum. The event will start off with a talk by Arunava Sinha on the merits and demerits of translation. The second highlight of the event will be an interactive session by Uma Nair on Integrating Art in Writing.
Don’t miss the open mic session. If you want to perform at the event, send a brief bio, contact details and the piece to Sandra Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org. The time limit per person is five minutes; that’s a lot, may we point out!
When: May 21
Where: India International Centre
Nearest Metro Station: Khan Market
Timings: 6pm – 8pm
Contact: +91 9582219568 or write to email@example.com
Check out the event here.
Featured image courtesy: The Bombay Review