See Jaipur literature festival

I felt thrilled and honoured when I shared a stage yesterday with famed British/Sri Lankan writer Romesh Guneseker, who was my guest tutor when I worked on my MA on Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths, University of London back in 2004. Thank you Romesh for all your support and advice. The other panellist is the award-winning writer Anjali Joseph, and the session was brilliantly moderated by the Times Literary Supplement editor Catharine Morris. My other session was on the relationship between China and India, which I would say went very well, although I personally think it was a bit of squeeze to place four panellists onto one hour session, discussing such a big topic.

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