Meet the Authors
Three New Local Authors Will Present Their Work
Saturday, March 6 – 2-3:30pm
Fremont Main Library – Fukaya Room A
The Lyrical Line by Salma Arastu
Born in Rajasthan, India, Salma has been painting for over thirty years. She has traveled extensively , from India to Iran to Kuwait to the UK, Germany and to the U.S. Last year she moved from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania to the East Bay. Folk art, miniature art and Arabic Calligraphy are three stron influences on Salma’s art, adopted along her journeys. Some works are direct influences of Indian folk or miniature art. Others are total abstracts. In her efforts, she has tried to bring Eastern spirituality, and western techniques of painting learned over the years.
Fawcetta by Dalian Artanian
Born in Midland, Texas in 1969, and at an early age, decided to become a fantasy writer, wanting to take people out of their everyday lives and into new and exciting places. His greatest dream is: Giving readers fresh new stories and taking them on fantastic journeys and adventures. Dalian Artanian currently lives with his wife in San Jose, California.
Divine Music by Suruchi Mohan
A native of India, Suruchi Mohan in an award winning journalist who covered high-tech and business news for McGraw-Hill and International Data Group publications through the nineties. Her nonfiction as appeared in San Jose Mercury News, Reader’s Digest, Sacred Fire, and numerous other publications. Divine Music is her first work of fiction. Suruchi lives in Northern California with her family.