Selected events attended or scheduled


Pranav S. Joshi


- author of the novel, Behind a Cultural Cage -


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Radio interview

by 938Live.

Truly, it gets you




Event at the

Earshot Cafe, The

Art House (1, Old

Parliament Lane)

18 July 2008







































































Live radio interview on

11 June 2008 at 7.10 am.







Event at the

National Library










Open mic event, held at the Singapore Art Cafe (Library@Esplanade),


"Love Poetry, Hate, Racism", on 19 April 2008.


It's an international celebration of

diversity through poetry.


The event takes place all across the world, in around 50 cities and towns.


Next time, do find the time and do participate!

Date:               Saturday, 29 January 2011


Time:               8.00 pm


Venue:            Prologue Book Store, ION Orchard, Singapore

Meet the authors of "Crime Scene: Singapore", the first ever anthology of Singapore crime fiction, at the ION Orchard. Authors include Richard Lord, Carolyn Camoens, Pranav Joshi and others. 




Date:               Saturday, 24 Oct 09


Time:               2.00-3.30 pm


Venue:            National Library Board, 100 Victoria Street, Level 1, Visitors’ Briefing Room

Meet the author Pranav Joshi who will give a talk about his novel as a part of Experience Singapore Literature events. 





Authors' Panel

The Singapore Wrietrs Meetup Group

11 August 2009





Shakespeare By Candlelight

Writers Connect Special Event

23 April 2009




Another interview by the host, Bharati Jagdish.





The National Book Development Council of Singapore and The Art House held a Book Club session to discuss the novel - Behind a Cultural Cage. The Facilitator was Mr. Om Nath Panday.



MediaCorp TV12 Arts Central



Asia and Pacific Writers Network



Arts Beat Magazine



The Straits Times



Live interview - The Breakfast Club, 938Live MediaCorp Radio. The hosts were Bharati Jagdish and Keith Philip De Souza. 

The interview triggered several calls from the fans!



Singapore Book Industry Seminar, 31 May 2008, and World Book Fair at Suntec City, Singapore, 30 May to 8 June 2008.