The inaugural Kerala Literature Festival (KLF) 2016, a literature festival modeled on the lines of famous international literature festivals will be held in Kozhikode from February 4 to 7. KLF is being organized by the DC Kizhakemuri Foundation (DCKF) set up in the memory of well-known writer, publisher, activist and freedom-fighter D C Kizhakemuri. The venue will be the Kerala Ports Ground at Kozhikode beach. Five pavilions would be specially designed for the festival by the renowned sculptor and Kochi-Muziris Biennale coordinator Riyas Komu. Acclaimed poet K Satchidanandan is the festival director and DCKF secretary Ravi D C the chief coordinator. According to the organizers, KLF has been conceived as a cultural festival and a setting for writers, readers and the general ...Read More...
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