Inside The Linen Cupboard
Collectively Speaking… The Whole Kahani
Wednesday 25th January 2023 | 7.30-8.30 pm | On Zoom
Members of The Whole Kahani collective will talk about their experiences of writing within a supportive framework and give tips on workshopping. They will read from their third anthology Tongues and Bellies, with time for Q&A.
Register here.

Thursday 26th January 2023 | 8:00pm | Resonance FM
Hear Mona read in Literature Live on Resonance.

Book launch – Tongues and Bellies
Tuesday 14th December | 7:30-8:30pm

Watch  Mona talk to Singapore based Booksbualbual
Saturday 4th December


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Book launch – Let Us look Elsewhere
Thursday 24th June | 7:30-8:30 pm
You can register on Eventbrite to attend the Zoom launch of Let Us Look Elsewhere
Link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/let-us-look-elsewhere-tickets-157799700151

Instalive chat with The Whole Kahani
Saturday 23rd July | 3:00 pm
Join Mona as she chats with Kavita A. Jindal about Let Us Look Elsewhere

The Stay At Home! Literary Festival
Saturday 8th May | 3:00-4:00 pm
Mona and other Whole Kahani authors.

The official launch of A Roll of the Dice
Tuesday 9th July | 18:30 – 20:00
Waterstones Islington, 11 Islington Green, The Angel, London N1 2XH
Mona Dash and Professor Bobby Gaspar from Great Ormond Street Hospital and UCL.

The Feminist Book Society presents: Motherhood – the last feminist taboo
Wednesday 19th June | 19:30
Waterstones London, 82 Gower Street, London WC1E 6EQ
Feminist Book Society co-founders Katy Loftus and Eleanor Dryden hosted another lively, inclusive and thought-provoking conversation on this month’s theme: Motherhood – the last feminist taboo. Joining them were authors Mona Dash, Katie Hale and Sarah Knott to talk about motherhood in the modern world – the expectations versus the reality, how feminism and motherhood can get along, and how as writers they have investigated this evolving role.

Mona read and signed copies of A Roll of the Dice
Saturday 15th June | 14:00
WHSmith Bluewater, Lower Thames Walk, The Village Cres, Greenhithe DA9 9SL

Matwaala in Cambridge, UK – Two Readings
Friday 17th May 2019 | 16:00 – 20:00
Murray Edwards College | Fellows Drawing Room (FDR)
Huntingdon Rd, Cambridge CB3 0DF
Poets for both readings: Prabhu Guptara, Usha Akella, Rishi Dastidar, Mona Dash, Jessica Mookherjee, Soul Patel and Kavita A. Jindal

Friday 17th May 2019 | 19:15 – 21:30
The Centre at Saint Paul’s | Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 1JP
Both events were free and held under the aegis of Matwaala (USA), supported by Professor Jenny Bavidge, by Murray Edwards College, by The Rev. Michael Beckett, by the Centre at Saint Paul’s, and by the Cambridge University India Society.