Award-winning authors of several young reader books Naheed Senzai and Mitali Perkins, Moderated by Sadaf Siddique, co-founder of KitaabWorld.
Rekha@Sixty : Transient worlds of belonging.
One of the foremost contemporary feminist artists, Rekha Rodwittya, in conversation with Dr.Prajit Dutta of Aicon Gallery NY.
By author Mitali Perkin and Sadaf Siddique
The Tides of their Poems
Athena Kashya and Tanuja Wakefiled, reputed poets of the Bay Area. Moderated by Ritu Marwah.
Robert Mintz, Deputy Director of the Asian Art Museum and Abhishek Poddar, founder and trustee of the Museum of Art and Photography, Bangalore, India. Moderated by Priyanka Mathew of Sunderland Gallery.
Gupshup, Chai and Stories with Ritu Marwah: Author Open Mic
There are No Margins
Writer, performer, poet, and queer activist Minal Hajratwala & author Siddharth Dube. Moderated by Prof Harsha Ram
From the Sacred to the Profane
Meet the men behind Netflix's original 'Sacred Games': Varun Grover, Vikramaditya Motwane and Vikram Chandra, moderated by Tipu Purkayastha
Curated by author Minal Hajratwala/Write Like a Unicorn: Bay Area literary luminaries share three-minute bursts of poems and stories inspired by magic.
Featuring: Devi Laskar,
Anita Felicelli, Ravi Chandra, Sunita Dhurandhar, Tara Dorabji, Alka Roy, Jaya Padmanabhan, Tanuja Wakefield, Mathangi Subramanian, Shikha Malaviya.
Midnight's Children and Beyond
Highly acclaimed authors of the South Asian diaspora - Shanthi Sekaran & Nayomi Munaweera. Moderated by Moazzam Sheikh
India's Hidden Stories: from WW2 to Whatsapp
Raghu Karnad Indian journalist and writer and recipient of Windham-Campbell Prize for non-fiction, in conversation with Jonathan Curiel an award-winning writer and journalist in San Francisco
Confluences: Cinema Poetry and Art. An elaborate Encounter with Deepti Naval
Moderated by Prof. Harsha Ram of the University of California Berkeley