अ बाट अधिकार or A for Adhikaar is a two-day long event, that focuses on a special set of children's book based on child rights in Nepal.

Posted on 6 March 2022

We’re happy to announce that KathaSatha, in collaboration with Quixote's Cove, will be launching two books this week!

Posted on 25 August 2021

We are happy to announce that this week, to celebrate Women in Translation month, KathaSatha, in collaboration with Quixote's Cove, will be launching Night by Sulochana (translated into English by Muna Gurung).

Posted on 20 August 2021

KathaSatha will be launching BETWEEN QUEENS AND THE CITIES, Nepal’s first queer memoir written by Niranjan Kunwar. To celebrate this important moment in the Nepali literary scene, we are organizing a flurry of festivities throughout the month of December.

Posted on 1 December 2020

KathaSatha coordinated with Asia Foundation's Let's Read and Srijanalaya for a week long program for 13 read alouds, 10 conversations and 2 panel discussions.

Posted on 28 May 2020

We’re so proud and feel extremely lucky to announce the Nepal book launch of Old Demons, New Deities: Twenty-one short stories from Tibet edited by Tenzin Dickie.

Posted on 24 June 2019

Poet, Christina Olivares, and writer/translator, Muna Gurung, in conversation at A Song Rises in Me.

Posted on 24 July 2018

WOW- Women of the World – is a global movement of festivals and the people who make them. It is a festival of talks, debates, performances, activism, workshops, food, music, exhibitions, mentoring and more.

Posted on 12 February 2018

We’re excited to announce that our public writing project, GALLISALLI , is making it’s way to Rubin Museum’s annual Block Party this Sunday, July 17 from 1-4PM!

Posted on 14 July 2016

KathaSatha was in Woodside, Queens, on June 4, 2016 for the Weekend Walks festival organized by Woodside On The Move, Inc. It was the first time we collected sticky-note stories from New York *ON* the streets of New York.

Posted on 5 June 2016 officially opened up Nepal Picture Library to the public and hosted a reading of the photo-stories that were born out of KathaSatha, and Bookworm’s “Picture This” workshop.

Posted on 28 June 2011