Nandana Sen: An Elegy To An Acrobat

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,…


Author Jenny Bhatt is Testing New Waters

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.

Andaleeb Wajid

Andaleeb Wajid: The Romance of Words

Andaleeb Wajid is, in her own words, a romance writer “without a romantic bone in [her] body.” Over a Zoom video call from her apartment in Bengaluru, India, she says with a…
Writer Shumona Sinha

Shumona Sinha Raises Literary Storm in French!

Shumona Sinha Takes Literary World By Storm in French! Writer Shumona Sinha has been raising a literary storm in many parts of the world, far from her native India, where she is…

The Inheritance of Pain: Avni Doshi’s “Burnt Sugar” Novel

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…

South Asians

South Asians and Black Lives

For South Asians committed to ending state violence against Black people, it has always been clear that our work goes further, that we must also work to undo anti-Blackness within our own…