The third edition of the Lahore Literature Festival (LLF) commenced Friday, a media report said.
The festival was founded in 2012 and was first launched in 2013, Dawn online reported.
The three-day LLF aims to explore the dialogue and interface between literature and the arts that shape Pakistan and especially Lahore’s cultural, social, economic, and political frameworks.
Urdu literature will also be promoted along with Seraiki and Punjabi literature this year.
Intizar Husain and Kishwar Naheed, whose contribution to Urdu poetry and prose have cemented their place as literary icons, will be present.