Come 28 & 29 April, Indore will host a mesmerizing celebration of literature and art. As readers, writers, authors, bloggers, and artists of various art forms come together to engage, enjoy and absorb from the synergies of creativity, a new chapter will be added to the literary legacy of the city. Indore will once again, play host to some renowned authors who will come to be a part of this exciting event, Coffee with Authors and Artists by Kaffeinated Konversations in association with JustStoryTeller.
The Immersive Project by Kaffeinated Konversations is a unique attempt to bridge the gap between the readers and the writers, the book lovers and the authors, the audience and the performers. It gives an opportunity for passionate young souls to come together and immerse themselves in the celebration of creativity with like-minded people. While being a great opportunity to network for young talents, The Immersive Project is also a great platform to share your views and thoughts about all forms of art irrespective of your age. This year, the Immersive Project has a new format and takes a step further to bring artists and art lover together. Coffee with Authors and Artists puts authors and artists in the same room with the audience as they interact informally over a cup of coffee…and more. To add to the excitement, there will be workshops, book signing, panel discussions and movie screening.
The highlights of the event are the talented authors who will come down to Indore and add to the charm of TIP 2018, Coffee with Authors and Artists. Though they need no introduction, we are happy to offer a small primer.
Neil D’Silva- Looks are deceptive, at least in this case. Who can imagine this soft-spoken author with his polite manners writing creepy horror stories? But he does and some really good ones too. The author of award-winning Maya’s New Husband and many other acclaimed titles, Neil DSilva has brought horror to the mainstream in Indian literary domain. He has been named in the list of Top 7 Indian horror writers to be read by UK’s DESIblitz magazine. D’Silva also delves into scriptwriting for kids’ shows and is now working on bringing his book to the silver screen.
Neil DSilva will be on the panel to discuss the “Murphy ’s Law of reading and writing” and on a talk on “Books to movies”.
Sudeep Nagarkar- The recipient of 2013 Youth Achievers' Award and featured in the list of Forbes India longlist of the most influential celebrities, Sudeep Nagarkar hardly needs any introduction. His books are generously inspired by real life incidents and have become best sellers in the romance and young adult genre. His books with interesting titles and all the more interesting love stories have made him one of the most sought-after authors by young readers of the country and beyond.
Sudeep Nagarkar will be launching his new book "She Friend-zoned my Love" and will be signing copies of the same on 29th April at the event.
Shatrujeet Nath- Journalist turned novelist, Shatrujeet Nath made a mark in the Indian market with his first commercial fiction, The Karachi Deception (2013)- an Indo-Pak spy thriller. When Nath ventured into the fantasy genre with his first book of Vikramditya Triology, The Guardians of the Halahala, it was clear that mytho-fiction genre was going to get more exciting. While working on series, he also writes for movies and web shows.
Shatrujeet Nath will be conducting a workshop- “Mythya - Fantasy and Mythology in Fiction Writing" on the first day of the event, 28th April 2018.
Ankita Verma Dutta- An advertising communication professional, Ankita Verma Dutta ventured into the writing domain with her debut book Trust Me Not. With strong impactful characters, intense drama, fast-paced plot and unpredictable twists in the story, the book has gained popularity and praise all across.
Ankita Verma Dutta will have an interaction with the audience on “Walk Through Writing" and share tips on writing on 28th April 2018.
Prachi Garg- Founder of ghoomophiro.com and the author of three books “SuperWomen”, “Super Couple” and “Super Siblings”, Prachi Garg not only writes about entrepreneurship stories but is also an entrepreneur herself. Acclaimed widely for her books and her entrepreneurial venture, Prachi is also a speaker and a columnist.
Prachi Garg will engage with the audience through her talk on "The Business of Writing" on 29th April 2018.
Richa Saxena- Richa Saxena works her charms on the readers with her soulful poetry and mesmerizes them with her bright and friendly smile. The author of “The Soul Charmer”, Richa is also a copy editor, a creative writer, and a marketing strategist. She works with Half Baked Beans as a social media manager and has been a guest with The Immersive Project in 2017 where she was admired and applauded for her creative writing workshop.
Richa Saxena will be a panelist on 29th April to discuss the “Business of writing”.
Mohsin Khan- When he tells stories, the characters come alive and you are transported to a different world with them. This ToastMaster from Indore calls himself “The Kahaniwala”. An educationist at the Priceton Academy, Mohsin is a wonderful public speaker and an avid reader.
Mohsin Khan will be conducting a workshop on 29th April about the nitty-gritties of storytelling.
The event is for the registered participants only.
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Dates: April 28-29 (Sat - Sun)
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Venue: O2 Cafe De La Ville, 23/ 2c new palasia , Near Apna Sweets, Indore
Tickets start at 350/- INR (includes food and welcome kit). 250/- for students (ID card required as proof)
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