This week, we’re going to be spotlighting some incredible works by South Asian women who unravel the complicated feelings of love, sex and intimacy.
Books & Authors
Nandana Sen ushers the revival of poetry and literature in New York City with her latest event celebrating her book, “Acrobat.”
Farah Naz Rishi describes what she poured into her new romance novel, “It’s All Coming Back To You,” a Desi-centric tale for the mushy times.
Goodnight Ganesha is a gorgeously illustrated bedtime story about two Hindu children visiting their grandparents in India.
Author Radhika Swarup chats about her second book–Civil Lines, career change, the inspiring house, #MeToo, and everything in between.
Devi Laskar discusses her literary work – and the influence racism and misogyny played on it
The challenges of motherhood are often ones we look over, glossing over the nuances and complexities. Here are some works of fiction that capture it best.
In Avni Doshi’s Booker-shortlisted “Burnt Sugar,” narrator Antara begins by making a strong admission: “I would be lying if I said my mother’s misery has never given me pleasure.” This sets the…