Stories By 'ABHI SUBEDI'
I was sent an invitation for a conference that is going to be held on 22-23 April. The topic “Poetic Imagining(s) of South Asia: Border and Nations” struck me immediately. In my proposal for the plenary I said, I would be happy to talk about “Poetic imaginings and flexible forms in South Asia”.
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Last week, I was invited to present a discourse to English teachers in Surkhet on a broad topic “A critical reflection on Nepalese English literature”, by Bishnu Kumar Khadka, president of NELTA Karnali province committee.
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The week-long Nepal International Theatre Festival (February 25-March 4) is on its penultimate day. Every day two or three plays by Nepali, European and South Asian groups are being performed in  four different theatre halls of Kathmandu.
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I received an invitation from a young scholar named Rishi Raj Adhikari to speak on the theme ‘Why is the book journey needed?’ in Kathmandu on February 8, 2019.
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I am struck by a situation that is generating characters, charades, and challenges of a different nature. To a student of literature and theatre, a teacher and writer of plays, this surfeit of metaphors and images is not an ordinary event.
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Given our revolutionary history, how has this simple man’s resistance been so misunderstood?
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