Thursday, August 23, 2018

White Lotus Book Shop Friday Poetry Reading at 3:30



White Lotus Book Shop Friday readings at 3;30
Hanumanstah, Kupondole,. Kathmandu

More info: 01 5520248

Leading bookstore in Kathmandu. Distributor and retail sellers of books on Nepal, Himalayan culture and polity, fiction and poetry. The bookstore is meeting place of Nepalese and international authors and runs longest running poetry readings in Nepal. It also supports a literary magazine, 'Pratik', edited by Yuyutsu Sharma and is official distributor of Nirala Series on Nepal. The bookstore shall be publishing books in English and Nepali language in the years to come and collaborate with national and International organisations to promote the cause of fine writing in Nepal and world at large. In addition, we specialize in books on Hindi Literature.

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Upcoming Sprint 2018 Issue of Pratik: A Magazine of Contemporary Writing


Pratik
A Magazine of Contemporary Writing
Spring 2018

History & Poetry

The Making of The Tin Man By
David Austell
With All That Is Nepal
A Photo Tribute by American Photographer
Joni Kabana
Eight Chinese Poets
Jidi Majia Chen Si’An Duo Duo Xi Chuan
Zheng Xiaoqiong Yuan Yongping Li Yawei Shen Wei
Featuring
Sitakant Mahapatra, Tony Barnstone &
Jami Proctor Xu
Nine Young Nepali Poets
Plus all Regular Features

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Friday Poetry Readings at White Lotus Book Shop

    • 3:00pm until 4:45pm 21 June Friday
  • Hanumansthan, Kupondole, Lalitpur, Kathmandu, Nepal 10032
  • The longest running poetry series in the Kathmandu valley
    every Friday

New Arrival- Ten: The New Indian Poets Edited by Jayanta Mahapatra & Yuyutsu Sharma


Ten is a groundbreaking anthology of fresh poetry from India just published by Nirala Publications. World renowned Indian poet Jayanta Mahapatra along with Yuyutsu Sharma selects ten poets writing in English to show case vivacious colours of new India. The majority of the poets included here come from humble middle class families, working silently and selflessly, serving the Muse without any hope of high material gain or media hype. In this light, the anthology bears testimony to hidden creative commotion feeding the flames of vigorous poetry alive in little known islands of the contemporary Indian culture.
  1. Anupama Raju.
  2. Rabindra K. Swain.
  3. Malovika Pawar.
  4. Soni Wadhwa.
  5. Rumjhum Biswas.
  6. Sudeep Sen.
  7. Nabanita Kanungo.
  8. Yuyutsu Sharma.
  9. Robin S Ngangom.
  10. Kympham Sing Nongkynrih.
Ten: The New Indian Poets, Hard, pp136  Rs.472 Nepalese only
ISBN 81-8250-034-6.