Starmark hosts the launch of Amrita Mukherjee’s collection of short stories Museum of Memories in the presence of Moon Moon Sen, Biplab Dasgupta and Agnimitra Paul  

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Starmark hosts the launch of Amrita Mukherjee's collection of short stories Museum of Memories in the presence of Moon Moon Sen, Biplab Dasgupta and Agnimitra Paul
Starmark hosts the launch of Amrita Mukherjee's collection of short stories Museum of Memories in the presence of Moon Moon Sen, Biplab Dasgupta and Agnimitra Paul
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Kolkata, April 21, 2017: Kolkata’s leading bookstore chain Starmark, in association with Readomania, hosted the launch of Amrita Mukherjee’s Museum of Memories—a collection of 13 soul-stirring short stories at its Quest Mall outlet.

Moon Moon Sen, Biplab Dasgupta and Agnimitra Paul, graced the occasion. After the launch an interactive session on ” What Lies Beneath” took place with the celebrity guests participating.

 

About the book

Thirteen soul-stirring stories gathered from the experiences of a senior journalist. A surrogate mother narrating her emotional ordeal; a house-husband telling his side of the story; an innocent girl taking her first brush with the not-so-innocent world; a woman judging her friend for her Facebook posts…and many more that chronicle the journey of discovering life. Amrita Mukherjee, a journalist, realized over the years that every story had an inside story; interviewees actually opened up when the Dictaphone was switched off. Apart from meeting people for interviews, she collected these stories at the office cafeteria, at drawing room conversations, during interactions with strangers while travelling on the metro-rail or talking to fellow moms while waiting for her son at the school gates.

 

About the author

Amrita Mukherjee has worked in publications like The Times of India, Hindustan Times and The Asian Age in India and she has been the Features Editor with ITP Publishing Group, Dubai’s largest magazine publishing house. An advocate of alternative journalism, she is currently a freelance journalist writing for international publications and websites and also blogs at www.amritaspeaks.com Amrita’s debut novel Exit Interview earned the tag “unputdownable” from reviewers and readers alike.

 

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