Dr. Ranjani Rao, scientist, writer, and publisher, discussed her new book on life after divorce and how to change the narrative on it
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
Poet Talesha Maya captures the effects of misogyny, colorism, and privilege in her second collection, “Brown Girl Problems and Other Poems”
Meet Falguni Kothari, an author who has written about women’s issues by stepping into their shoes to highlight them in the truest sense possible.
Open Heart: In this unputdownable memoir, Akil Taher M.D. bares it all and talks about his journey in overcoming severe heart disease.
In this SEEMA Exclusive from the June issue, Anisha Bhatia talks about the agony and ecstasy of writing her upcoming novel.
The daughter of two famous parents— Padma Shri award-winning literary legend Nabaneeta Dev Sen and Nobel laureate Amartya Sen—Nandana Sen has charted her own path in life, juggling intersecting roles as author,…
Jenny Bhatt began publishing later in life, but she has already made a significant impact with her work. Check out this story of a storyteller.