The Thirteenth Edition of Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai Litfest
Wednesday, November 9th to Sunday, November 13th 2022

Let's Turn The Page

Online : 9 - 10 Nov
On ground : 11 - 13 Nov

Pronoti Datta

Author, India

Pronoti Datta was a journalist for over thirteen years, covering culture and society in Bombay. She worked at Time Out Mumbai and The Times of India among other publications and co-founded The Daily Pao, a brief but bright digital magazine that covered Bombay’s food and culture scenes. The city is one of the inspirations of her first novel, ‘Half-Blood’. She lives in Bombay (minus cats and children) and works as an editor of digital content.

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Eccentri-city

  • 13th November
  • 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Stories from quirky Mumbai
Pronoti Datta, Rehana Munir
Chair: Jane Borges

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