Archive for November, 2010
Book Reading from Books Shortlisted for The Hindu Best Fiction Award 2010
Via The Hindu
As a prelude to The Hindu Best Fiction Award 2010 (to be held in Chennai on November 1), The Hindu Literary Review and Landmark have organised readings from the shortlisted books across the country.
Landmark Store, Banjara Hills, October 29, 6. 30 p.m.. Little Theatre will read from Manu Joseph’s Serious Men by, Anjum Hasan Neti Neti, Tishani Doshi’s The Pleasure Seekers and Palash Krishna Mehrotra’s Eunuch Park.
Landmark Store, Apex Plaza, Nungambakkam, October 27, 6.30 p.m.. Theatre Y will read from Manu Joseph’s Serious Men. Introduction by Asha Mathen, VP, Deutsche Bank.
Landmark, Garuda Swagat Mall, Jayanagar, October 26, 6.30 p.m. Poet Anindita Das will read from Palash Krishna Mehrotra’s Eunuch Park: Fifteen Stories of Love and Destruction. Introduction by Deepika Arwind, theatre personality.
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