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Disgruntled and Underpaid: Writers Are People Too* by Avani Udgaonkar

On the surface, the issue seems fairly simplistic. If someone is providing a service, they deserve adequate compensation, commensurate with...

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Little Nooks and Crannies: Bombay’s Writer’s Havens by Avani Udgaonkar

A few little nooks and crannies that writers can escape to, hidden away within the city of Bombay.

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Girls to the Rescue: Sowmya Rajendran’s rewriting of the toxic culture of the submissive little girl by Avani Udgaonkar

“Who doesn’t want to be a princess?” asks Sowmya Rajendran in her Girls to the Rescue (2015), “A princess can...

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Learning to Be Yourself: Richa Jha’s The Unboy Boy by Avani Udgaonkar

We live in a world where boys and girls are raised to be very different, but very definite people. Just...

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Books to transport you back to childhood by Bound

Books to transport you back to childhood A walk down memory lane always brings to the mind a few images...

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The land where I flee by Prajwal Parajuly

The land where i flee The novel elaborates on the story of 4 siblings, raised by their matriarchal grandmother in...

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Sea Horse by Janice Pariat

Sea Horse Set in Delhi, Seahorse has been termed as a coming-of-age novel which was shortlisted for the Hindu Prize...

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Deo Langkhui by Rita Chowdhury

Deo Langkhui Deo Langkhui translated as the Divine Sword, is another Assamese jewel that was recognised and felicitated with the...

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Black Hill by Mamang Dei

This book earned the author the prestigious Sahitya Academy Award in 2017, for writings in English. The book is a...

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The Cosmopolitan by Anjum Hassan

The Cosmopolitan The novel tells the tale of Qayenaat, a vivacious individual born smack in the middle of two sets...

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