Kalinga Literary Festival host Tenth KLF Bhava Samvad on the theme ‘Changing Narrative in Literary Fiction’

Bhubaneswr: Keeping the continuity for literature lovers, KLF Bhava Sambad conducts its tenth webinar on 21st June, 2020. The session was on ‘Changing Narrative in Literary Fiction’, and the panel was graced by literary figures Sahana Ahmed, Amit Dasgupta, Humra Qureshi, Mandira Ghosh. The session on stories and storytelling was effortlessly moderated by Jayshree Misra Tripathi.

Storytelling has witnessed multiple transitions in past ages. Mandira Ghosh talked about her latest work where she writes about modern women. Her stories are about positivity. She talks about how women break all the walls and achieve success professionally and emotionally.

Sahana Ahmed narrates about flash fiction, many of her stories include the elements of social media. She likes to experiment and do new things. Even though you are telling a story you need to follow the poetry verse. Humra Qureshi takes it about journalism and short stories. Amit Dasgupta believes in seeing life through a character. His first book ‘The Lost Fragrance’ is one such creation. His stories are mainly settled in Calcutta based on truth.

KLF Bhava Samvad is a small step to regenerate the literary spirit at the time of disillusionment and new normal.

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