BOULDER, Colo. (September 16, 2017)-The first and second day of the third-annual ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival at Boulder at the Main Boulder Public Library, September 15 and 16, featured 29 sessions that covered topics ranging from Slumdog Millionaire and Spotlight to climate change, sexuality, Russia and North Korea.
Freedom to Dream is the theme of the 2017 ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival in Boulder, Colorado. The inaugural session of the internationally-acclaimed literature festival opened with sacred chanting by Gaden Shartse Monks followed by inspiring remarks from festival directors and producers. Distinguished, contemporary authors from around the world gather at ZEE JLF at Boulder to engage in provocative dialogue about complex and diverse topics including migrating, poets, American dreams, globalism, nationalism, climate control, feminism, ancestral cultures and more.
“This is our third year in Boulder, Colorado and it is absolutely essential and vital to have platforms where we can all listen to some of the great minds—not for the sake of entertaining us but to imagine for us another world, another people, another history, another philosophy,” said Festival Producer Sanjoy K. Roy. “Our festival directors have an incredible program of writers and speakers you’ll enjoy and we hope you’ll take away some of their key points and ideas.”
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