Monday, October 01, 2007

Delhi, 4th October

You know what's coming, don't you?



The Sahitya Akademi is hosting a reading from A Reluctant Survivor and Sight May Strike You Blind on



Thursday, 4th October

at 6pm at

the Sahitya Akademi Auditorium , Rabindra Bhavan, 35 Ferozeshah Road, New Delhi - 110001.

Tea at 5.30 pm!

Sight May Strike You Blind by Sampurna Chattarji, and A Reluctant Survivor, by Sridala Swami, are both first books of poetry in English, published by The Sahitya Akademi under The Navodaya Series. The reading will be chaired by Rukmini Bhaya Nair.

RSVP: 011-2338 6626-28


So you know what this means, don't you? Blogging will be - has been - slow. But I hope to see some of you there. And more when I'm back, 6th night.

7 comments:

Cheshire Cat said...

That just about exhausts the major metropolises, does it? Has Chennai been done yet?

Space Bar said...

Cat: Trivandrum and Chnnai in December, Cal not on the cards.

'exhausts' exactly covers it.

Cheshire Cat said...

Chennai in December? Cool, I might get to see you read!

km said...

Congratulations. But shouldn't you be putting up a podcast? Not all of us live in and around Dilli, you know.

Anindita said...

Congratulations and all the best.

??! said...

Much of the same. And yes, yes, podcast please. No live audience...

Sharanya Manivannan said...

Congrats! :) Looking forward to meeting in December. Will get around to updating my blogroll soon, and will add you to it.