Tag Archives: Lewis Carroll

How to be a writer without giving up your full-time job

In this article, Karan Bajaj, a writer who has his feet planted firmly in the corporate sector, explains how he keeps his head in the clouds: Scroll.in

How do you balance your day job with your art? From Kafka the insurance clerk to Lewis Carroll, the mathematics teacher, this question has tormented generations of artists. Here is my take from having both a reasonable corporate career (with P&G, BCG, Kraft and, now, a start-up, CMO) and a passionate writing life. My short answer after some years of internal struggle: having a solid day job is possible and in fact quite compatible with your artistic development. You just have to do things differently from others: Read more

Storytelling: Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass rendered into Urdu

The lost form of Urdu story telling — Dastangoi — was rediscovered at The Attic, a cozy little venue at the Regal Building in Connaught Place by a group of children.

The venue was packed to the brim with young kids, as well as adults on Tuesday to listen to an adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass titled Dastan Alice ki . Read more