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Naom Chomsky, Douglas Stuart and Colm Tóibín among guest speakers at Jaipur Literature Festival’s virtual edition
The 14th edition of the festival will cover art, history, food, travel, climate change, mental health and more
The event will be held both online and offline, with outstation speakers participating through Zoom
This is the seventh edition of the annual literary event
From The Comeback by Ella Berman to Little Disasters by Sarah Vaughan
British author Neil Gaiman will be in conversation with author and journalist Nilanjana S Roy in the JLF Brave New World online literature series.
'Free-flowing exchange of ideas must be kept alive': Sanjoy Roy says Jaipur Lit Fest will brave out challenges
"It's too early to look at what form the Jaipur Lit Fest will take for 2021. We are confident of hosting the festival in 2021 albeit with changes given the challenges presently," says Sanjoy Roy.
The jury will announce the longlist of ten titles on September 1, followed by the shortlist of five titles on September 25.
#QuarantineAndRead: The JCB Prize for Literature partners with Kindle India and the result is a fab collection of novels at reduced prices
The JCB Prize for Literature, a literary award in India, has collaborated with Kindle India to make its entire longlist from the past two years available at a reduced price.
Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez, The Boy From The Woods by Harlan Coben and other ebooks to check out this weekend
Settle down for a quiet evening of chai and reading
On a train to Jaipur junction: Namita Gokhale offers an enjoyable celebration of old-fashioned storytelling
JLF co-founder Namita Gokhale’s new book is far from a festival diary, and rather, a celebration of the pleasures of writing.
Jaipur Literature Festival 2020 brought to the fore themes of sexuality, history, technology and more. Here's what went down...
A look at the highlights of the 13th edition of the literary event
We give you a lowdown of the highlights of the iconic literature festival
Amitabha Bagchi, winner of the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2019, gives us his overview of current social affairs, and the need to carefully look back at the past.
Elizabeth Spencer, a grande dame of Southern literature who bravely navigated between the Jim Crow past and open-ended present in her novels and stories, has died at 98.
The Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) will be organised at Diggi Palace for the last time in 2020.
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