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A Fest Beyond The Word

Over a hundred writers and thinkers from 14 countries are expected to be making their presence felt at the sixth edition of the Tata Mumbai Literature Festival, which kicks off at the end of this month. Among those certain to enli­ven debates are Egyptian-American author Mona Eltahawy, author of the book Headscarves and Hymens; Vikram Seth; and Hussain Zaidi, author of several books on the infamous Bombay mafia. Seven awards are also to be given away at the event, which will host plays, poetry recitals, dances based on stories and poetry, and storytelling to the accompaniment of music. As is part of any literary festival, the Litfest will have panel discussions, talks, workshops and contests too. Oct 29-Nov 1, NCPA


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