Sabyn Javeri is an academic and an award-winning short story writer and the author of political thriller Nobody Killed Her. Sabyn’s short fiction has been published in The Oxonian Review,The London Magazine, The South Asian Review, Bengal Lights, Wasafiri, World Audience, Trespass and Sugar Mule amongst others. Her short stories explore issues of gender, identity and displacement. She has won The Oxonian Review short story. She holds a Masters from the University of Oxford and has a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Leicester.
- 1.Debutants in action: Why take to a profession that is suicidal? 3 Feb, 2 PM- 2.45 PM
- 2. Pakistan and fiction: we believe Pak is a tough place for freedom of speech. Yet fiction is flourishing. How and why? 4 Feb, 10 AM- 11 AM