KLF: When arts and literature mix with one’s blood

“I never thought of myself as wise or someone who could give advices to people.” This is how Navid Shahzad started talking at the session called ‘In conversation with Navid Shahzad’. The session was moderated by Sarmad Khoosat: The Express Tribune

According to the Karachi Literature Festival 2014′s website, “Shahzad is known as an actor, poet, journalist and television pioneer. Having taught English literature at the Punjab University, she was head of Pakistan’s school of Fashion Design for five years. She has also served as Dean, school of Liberal Arts, at the Beaconhouse National University, Lahore. She owns a company called Theatrewalley regularly produces dramatic performances; the latest being a performance of an Urdu translation of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew performed at the Globe Theatre, London, in 2012. Currently, she is the Academic Advisor at Lahore Grammar School (LGS). In 2003, she was awarded the President’s Pride of Performance for her contribution to literature and the arts in Pakistan.”

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