Girl Gone Goa

Travel, sex, magic, and cycling in an Indian state

Goa Moment #21: Goa Arts and Literary Festival preparation with Janis Harper December 5, 2014

Sipping tea on the balcony of my hotel room at the heritage Panjim Inn in Fontainhas, Panjim’s Portuguese Quarter with Vancouver author/editor Janis Harper.

Janis Harper sits at a Panjim Inn balcony with a laptop computer in Goa, India.

Janis Harper, editor of “Emails From India: Women Write Home.”

 

Ulrike Rodrigues (Girl Gone Goa) sits at a Panjim Inn balcony with a laptop computer in Goa, India.

Ulrike Rodrigues (Girl Gone Goa) at Panjim Inn.

The festival runs every December at the The International Centre Goa. Janis and I review the schedule of speakers at the Goa Arts and Literary Festival. We discover that we’ll each be on several discussion panels. I contributed a story titled “Bicycles and Bare Breasts” to Janis’s compilation, Emails From India: Women Write Home.

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