Monday, April 19, 2010

Not quite the blog


So, this is out next week. Look out for it in bookstores. There will be a few readings, discussions, book events in different cities, starting with Delhi on 23rd of April.

The book is a collection of essays based on the sort of work, processes, mind-churning etc that led to this blog, but it is not simply a print version of old posts. It is a closer, deeper, slower look at my own work, and the sort of things I covered.
Do pass the word around. Do buy the book. Do read it and let me know what you think.

11 comments:

Shazia said...

Will wait for the Mumbai event. Where will it be?

Rachna said...

Wow! Congratulations!
This is great.

Pareshaan said...

Congrats - intend to buy the book and get your signature on it on the 23rd - all the best.

S said...

This is fantastic, Annie! Congratulations! I hope you will read in Bombay soon. And may I just add -- I love the cover.

busybee said...

Congratulations! (Long time listener, first time caller)

Hari Batti said...

Will buy a copy today itself!

Horn Please!! said...

Hello little lady, attended your launch show with my daughter, bought two copies. Thank you. Mani Shankar spoke a lot, you should have spoken some more, too?

" Liberty will not descend to a people: a people must raise themselves to liberty. It is a blessing which must be earned before it can be enjoyed".

This is what is written inscribed right as you enter North Block, Raisina Hill, Delhi.

What did our generation expect?

Maybe yours will make a difference.

Thnks again, great book, so far. Write more, and in regional languages, please put them, the regional language versions, free of copyright on the net, if possible??

Horn Please!! said...

Hello little lady, attended your launch show with my daughter, bought two copies. Thank you. Mani Shankar spoke a lot, you should have spoken some more, too?

" Liberty will not descend to a people: a people must raise themselves to liberty. It is a blessing which must be earned before it can be enjoyed".

This is what is written inscribed right as you enter North Block, Raisina Hill, Delhi.

What did our generation expect?

Maybe yours will make a difference.

Thnks again, great book, so far. Write more, and in regional languages, please put them, the regional language versions, free of copyright on the net, if possible??

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! Look forward to getting a copy ... With hastakshar ! Brijesh

Arun said...

Wonderful, congratulations, the cover looks beautiful, all the best.
Arun

Aanja said...

Congratulations! I've been reading your blog for years and I'm looking forward to reading your book. Do you know anywhere that's selling it to readers from outside India?

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