Join us on Saturday, December 3rd, for the book launch of Kuzhali Manickavel's latest book Conversations Regarding the Fatalistic Outlook of the Common Man! She will be in conversation with Rashmi Ruth Davidson of Blaft Publications.
The event will take place at Champaca, from 4 PM onwards.
Please RSVP here: you can choose to RSVP for free, or purchase a copy of the book, and it'll be ready for you to pick it up when you come for the event!
Open to Bangalore only. These books will not be shipped.
About the book:
Conversations Regarding the Fatalistic Outlook of the Common Man is a collection of 37 dialogues that melds the classical philosophical tradition of Plato and Socrates with the anarchic freedom of a mid-1990s chat room, and tops it all off with a dash of Senthil-Goundamani comedy. Not really, but anyway.
In this book Kuzhali Manickavel interviews children on the subject of ghosts, shoeracks, and gender-neutral pronouns. She speaks to adults about Hindi imposition, hipster racism, and iskisk deospray. She chats with Niira Radia about banana cabinets. She pesters all and sundry about Bollywood movie tropes and babies raining from the sky. Puzzles are posed, hypocrisies exposed, awesome bargaining strategies disclosed. Come listen.