Shop No.20, Aurobindo Palace Market, Hauz Khas, Near Church +91 9818282497 | 011 26867121 110016 New Delhi IN
Midland The Book Shop ™
Shop No.20, Aurobindo Palace Market, Hauz Khas, Near Church +91 9818282497 | 011 26867121 New Delhi, IN
+919871604786 https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/6468e33c3c35585403eee048/without-tag-line-480x480.png" [email protected]
9789353026981 60ba04351a8e0e41d15a63ab The Ramgarh Literary Festival https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba59d12c6b6f1969ed2d05/9789353026981.jpg

A set of struggling and rather inept writers are invited to their very first literary festival in the practically invisible town of Ramgarh. Success seems to be swiftly passing them by. But have they finally been recognized?

With no food to be had bed bugs for companions and mysterious sounds at night the festival begins. On a huge campus with multiple venues panel discussions rage on - with no one in the audience. Is there more to this than meets the eye? Could this be a gigantic plot to exploit struggling authors and make money at their expense drawing attention to the sinister cartel of publishers? Are literary festivals actually fronts for organized crime taking advantage of writers with an inferiority complex and of innocent readers who feel they need to rub shoulders with the 'greats'?

The Ramgarh Literary Festival is a hilarious commentary on the world of lit fests that we know so well.

9789353026981
out of stock INR 191
1 1

The Ramgarh Literary Festival

ISBN: 9789353026981
₹191
₹239   (20% OFF)

Back In Stock Shortly

Details
  • ISBN: 9789353026981
  • Author: Murthy Vasudev
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 176
  • Format: Paperback
SHARE PRODUCT

Book Description



A set of struggling and rather inept writers are invited to their very first literary festival in the practically invisible town of Ramgarh. Success seems to be swiftly passing them by. But have they finally been recognized?

With no food to be had bed bugs for companions and mysterious sounds at night the festival begins. On a huge campus with multiple venues panel discussions rage on - with no one in the audience. Is there more to this than meets the eye? Could this be a gigantic plot to exploit struggling authors and make money at their expense drawing attention to the sinister cartel of publishers? Are literary festivals actually fronts for organized crime taking advantage of writers with an inferiority complex and of innocent readers who feel they need to rub shoulders with the 'greats'?

The Ramgarh Literary Festival is a hilarious commentary on the world of lit fests that we know so well.

User reviews

  0/5