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Sara is exhibiting her painting and sculpture for artweeks 2018.  It will also be chance to buy some of her critically acclaimed novels – listed here.

7 London Place, St Clements OX41BD (site number 332) starting Saturday 12th May.2018 till Sunday May 20th. 11am – 6pm weekends, weekdays 4pm – 6pm.  




  •  January 27th 2015 Bloomsbury publish Sara’s latest novel, Tikkipala, “a hypnotic tale of  love and preservation at a time of fading empires. Meticulously and soulfully written, Banerji  takes the heart on a journey through mystical cultures and spiritual practices, to a world  where anything is possible if love is strong enough.” Find out more or download the book .  Read about Sara’s inspiration for the novel.





Sara Banerji’s  Tuesday Writing Workshop is held at Cafe Opera, Walton Street, and takes place from 10.30 – 12.30.

The small group of merry writers is called ‘The Walton Street Writers.. They have recently published a collection of their work, Tales from a Bookshop. the profits of which go to the Oxford homeless. (link for buying the book?)

The group also puts on shows and book launches for the public.

Each session is led by Sara, who has been teaching creative writing at Oxford University and other places for nearly 20 years. The sessions consist of the group hearing and  commenting on homework set by Sara, or the latest episode of someone’s novel in progress. There follows a discussion about some aspect of writing or publishing fiction.

Sara brings tarts filled with home grown and home made jam to every session.

The cost is £100 for the first 10 sessions and £10 a session thereafter..

If you would like to join the Walton Street Writers contact  You will get a warm welcome as well as a jam tart!.

Some comments by Sara’s students:
“Thank you for the inspirational joy which you have helped to create in this wonderful class.” (Angela)
“Thank you for a wonderfully inspiring course and for being so kind and patient with us all.” (David)
“‘Inspiration does much but encouragement does everything’ (Goethe.) That’s what you did for us.” (Barbara)
“I hugely enjoyed your course and learnt much from you.” (Jasna)
“Thank you for introducing us to Twitter and the ways of the blog.” (Gary)



Read Sara’s blog, follow her on Facebook and on Twitter.


2 Comments leave one →
  1. Bijoya Chisholm permalink
    October 28, 2012 5:26 pm

    Wow..impressive Joyax

  2. stephanie permalink
    October 31, 2012 7:26 pm

    am enjoying classes with sara, loving them!

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