Bal Sahitya Mahotsav Blog
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Check out the new profile of Marcus Pfister, our keynote speaker, at the Nepali Times!
Smriti Basnet writes, "When The Rainbow Fish was first published in 1992, Swiss author Marcus Pfister’s multi-colored fish with hologram foils was a sensation in the world of children’s book publishing. The book combined his two strengths: art and story-telling. Pfister’s selfish fish not only taught children a valuable lesson in sharing, but also showed how children’s stories could be made to come alive with creative design."
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We are very happy to announce that the Bal Sahitya Mahotsav schedule has been finalized!
Please take a look here to see the amazing shows, readings, workshops and more we will be hosting in just nine days: http://www.bsmnp.org/schedule.html
If you have any questions, please message us on Facebook (facebook.com/balsahityamahotsav) or email email@example.com.
Otaku Next, Nepal's first manga publisher and manga-based store, promotes otaku culture. They will be teaching a workshop, Manga 101, at BSM this year. We are so excited to learn more about this amazing form of Japanese comic!
Famous comedy duo MaHa Jodi will be at Bal Sahitya Mahotsav 2017! MaHa Jodi is made up of Hari Bamsha Acharya and Madan Krishna Shrestha, who have been making people laugh for many decades now through television, radio, and writing. You can check out their work at mahajodi.com.np.