The Thirteenth Edition of Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai Litfest
Wednesday, November 9th to Sunday, November 13th 2022

Let's Turn The Page

Online : 9 - 10 Nov
On ground : 11 - 13 Nov

Garfield Dsouza

Editor, India

Garfield Dsouza is a freelance writer/editor/teacher/podcaster. In a career spanning over 20 years, he has copyedited Digit, a technology magazine; designed blended elearning courses for Tata Interactive Systems, Tata Power, Capgemini, Lionbridge and Emeritus Institute of Management; and written technical documentation for IBM and Rolta. He has also conducted business-writing and analytical-thinking sessions at Larsen and Toubro and has taught the verbal section of the GMAT and SAT. He recently completed a season of ‘About What You Say’, a podcast about words. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Mumbai and the CertTESOL from Trinity College London.


What’s The Verse That Could Happen?

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  • 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Finding what to write a poem about
A workshop by Garfield Dsouza

Garfield Dsouza

Language Is A Queer Thing

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A poetry recitation of brand new work
Amani Saeed, Anil Pradhan, Garfield Dsouza, Ifẹ Grillo, Megha Harish, Sanah Ahsan

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