The Berlin Writers' Workshop and Lettrétage present an evening with Sarnath Banerjee and Dave Besseling.
Free entry. Limited seating.
About the authors
Sarnath Banerjee has written four books of graphic fiction. Corridor (Penguin, 2004), The Barn Owl’s Wonderous Capers (Penguin, 2007), The Harappa Files (Harper Collin, 2011) and All Quiet in Vikaspuri ( Harper Collins, 2015). Through these books he has explored the nature of the Indian middle-class and its transformation from Nehruvian socialism to full-fledged neoliberalism. The themes in these books included power, masculinity, bureaucracy, rumour, scandal, trade, class-system, urban sprawl, meritocracy, religion and the uncanny.
(Photo cred: Kathy Crown)
Dave Besseling is a journalist, editor and author, currently based in Berlin. He was formerly Deputy Editor of GQ India, was shortlisted for the Kurt Schork Award for International Journalism, and has published two non-fiction books – The Liquid Refuses to Ignite (Hachette), a memoir, and Laid In India (Penguin), a sociological reportage. His next book, Have You Seen This Man, is his first novel.