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Relatively True: Stories of Truth, Deception, Post-Truth from the Indian Subcontinent and Australia
Meenakshi Bharat and Sharon Rundle (Eds.)
Woy Woy Library, New South Wales, Australia
The book is launched! From left to right: Anne Benjamin (author), Sunil Badami (author), Sharon Rundle (co-editor), Indranil Halder (cultural ambassador), and Andrew Kwong (author).
Book discussion during the launch. From left to right: Contributing authors Sunil Badami, Sharon Rundle, Anne Benjamin, and Andrew Kwong.
The book’s co-editor Meenakshi Bharat addresses the audience via video conference.
Classical musician Dr Malathi Nagarajan plays the veena during the event.
Writer and cultural ambassador Indranil Halder with Sharon Rundle, the book’s co-editor.
From left to right: Sharon Rundle (co-editor), writer and poet Samantha Sirimanne Hyde, writer and yoga teacher Gwen Bitti, and Anne Benjamin (contributor to the book).
From left to right: Emie Roy, editor of ’The Light at the End of the Tunnel’, with Sharon Rundle, editor of ’Relatively True’
Writer Indranil Halder with the newly launched book.
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