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Narayan Wagle’s Koreana Coffee Guff makes for an engaging read owing to its lucid, freewheeling narrative style

Narayan Wagle might have taken the Nepali literary scene by storm with 2005’s Madan Puraskar-winning Palpasa Café, but before that, he had already made a name for himself as the writer of the widely-followed Coffee Guff columns, published weekly in Kantipur’s Koselee supplement. Narayan Wagle’s Koreana Coffee Guff makes for an engaging read owing to its lucid, freewheeling narrative style
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Timothy Aryal
Published at : March 9, 2019
Updated at : March 9, 2019 09:55
Kathmandu

Timothy Aryal

Timothy Aryal is an arts and culture reporter at The Kathmandu Post, focusing on theatres, films, music, heritage and lifestyle. He joined the Post as an intern in 2015 and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in English Literature and Political Science.


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