Famous crime writers, journalists and filmmakers from around the world are coming together to talk about the crime fiction scene in India, and it’s going to get really interesting.
The Hindustan Times Crime Writers Festival 2016 is being organised by Crime Writer’s Forum for South Asia, and will be held at Oxford Bookstore, Connaught Place, New Delhi on January 16 to 17. This literary festival will discuss the nail-biting genre in all its forms and depth with an elite team of crime and thriller writers from across the world!
The festival will focus on crime fiction and crime writing, looking into its implications on society, mainly focusing on India. There will be discussions on morality in crime writing, and the blurring lines between right and wrong as society evolves. The festival will also focus on methods of crime writing, whether in novel form, or on-screen! This is something no budding crime fiction writer or avid reader of the genre should miss!