Showing speakers from A to F (all speakers listed alphabetically)
The only way Asha Nehemiah could make magic hair-oil and nightmare-preventing sachets was to put them in her books. She writes action-packed mysteries and funny stories for all ages.
Bandana Tulachan is an illustrator and picture-book artist from Kathmandu. She likes getting lost and exploring the unknown… sometimes in streets and alleyways, sometimes between trees and mountains, but mostly in her imagination.
Bhagirathy is a theatre actor and storyteller. She heads the operations of the Book Lover’s Program for Schools (BLPS) which spreads the reading habit, using storytelling, puppetry, and other elements of theatre, in schools all over Tamil Nadu.
Canato Jimo comes from Nagaland. He loves singing, travelling and, as part of his day job as an Art Director, watching picture books come to life.
Chador Wangmo is a mother of three who occasionally zaps into the role of storyteller and poet when she wants to escape the tedious chores at home, but otherwise is a normal human.
Chewang Dorjee is an animation film designer. He loves to cook, illustrate and make small sculptures of characters he creates. Chewang likes to draw and write stories and is currently at NID Amaravati. He lives to eat Momos.
Chitrupi C is an aspiring industrial designer with an eye for detail. She loves narrating elaborate stories, picking up new languages and dancing along to the rhythm of her surroundings.
A writer, traveller, trekker and wildlife enthusiast who loves India’s wild places, Deepak Dalal enjoys exploring, researching and writing stories (in that order).
Deeptha Vivekanand tells stories for a living. She loves to be surrounded by words in every form, shape, and size. If you promise her good food and great music, she’ll be your best friend!