Interview of Anisul Hoque by Rajib - Part 3 - KFAI

By Rajib Bahar at September 05, 2010 18:00
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Rajib interviews Anisul Hoque in this interview at KFAI radio. Thanks to Sangam co-host Ahmed Naumaan for his help, Michael Fischbein for his help in producing it, Mike Stapp, and KFAI radio for airing it.

Here is the bio pulled from University of Iowa (International Writing Program):

Anisul HOQUE (fiction writer, playwright, poet; Bangladesh), author of more than 60 books, Hoque also writes poetry, television and film scripts, and a newspaper column. His novels include Aetodin Kothai Chhilen [Where Have You Been] (2009), which won the Citi Bank-Anando Alo Award for Best Novel; Maa [Mother] (2003); Andhokarer Aeksho Bachhor [One Hundred Years of Darkness] (1993) and others. He has written for many television dramas and four feature-length films, receiving awards as a fiction writer and playwright. Trained as a civil engineer, Hoque is now the deputy editor of the daily Prothom Alo. He participates courtesy of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the US Department of State.

http://iwp.uiowa.edu/writers/

http://www.youtube.com/rajib2k5

Interview of Anisul Hoque by Rajib - Part 2 - KFAI

By Rajib Bahar at September 05, 2010 18:00
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Rajib interviews Anisul Hoque in this interview at KFAI radio. Thanks to Sangam co-host Ahmed Naumaan for his help, Michael Fischbein for his help in producing it, Mike Stapp, and KFAI radio for airing it.

Here is the bio pulled from University of Iowa (International Writing Program):

Anisul HOQUE (fiction writer, playwright, poet; Bangladesh), author of more than 60 books, Hoque also writes poetry, television and film scripts, and a newspaper column. His novels include Aetodin Kothai Chhilen [Where Have You Been] (2009), which won the Citi Bank-Anando Alo Award for Best Novel; Maa [Mother] (2003); Andhokarer Aeksho Bachhor [One Hundred Years of Darkness] (1993) and others. He has written for many television dramas and four feature-length films, receiving awards as a fiction writer and playwright. Trained as a civil engineer, Hoque is now the deputy editor of the daily Prothom Alo. He participates courtesy of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the US Department of State.

http://iwp.uiowa.edu/writers/

http://www.youtube.com/rajib2k5

Interview of Anisul Hoque by Rajib - Part 1 - KFAI

By Rajib Bahar at September 05, 2010 18:00
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Rajib interviews Anisul Hoque in this interview at KFAI radio. Thanks to Sangam co-host Ahmed Naumaan for his help, Michael Fischbein for his help in producing it, Mike Stapp, and KFAI radio for airing it.

Here is the bio pulled from University of Iowa (International Writing Program):

Anisul HOQUE (fiction writer, playwright, poet; Bangladesh), author of more than 60 books, Hoque also writes poetry, television and film scripts, and a newspaper column. His novels include Aetodin Kothai Chhilen [Where Have You Been] (2009), which won the Citi Bank-Anando Alo Award for Best Novel; Maa [Mother] (2003); Andhokarer Aeksho Bachhor [One Hundred Years of Darkness] (1993) and others. He has written for many television dramas and four feature-length films, receiving awards as a fiction writer and playwright. Trained as a civil engineer, Hoque is now the deputy editor of the daily Prothom Alo. He participates courtesy of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the US Department of State.

http://iwp.uiowa.edu/writers/

Background musics are Ekannoborti theme, and Theme 1, and Theme 2 from Third Person Singular Number by Limon.

http://www.youtube.com/rajib2k5

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