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Tishani Doshi

The Eternity of Return

Payal Dhar

Tishani Doshi’s new novel bristles with an edgy restlessness

On a Knife Edge

From Amitav Ghosh to Ian McEwan

The World Is What It Is

Surviving God and other delights

Best of Books 2018: My Choice

William Dalrymple | Tishani Doshi | Srinath Raghavan | Aatish Taseer | KR Meera | Arshia Sattar | Pratap Bhanu Mehta

Best Books of 2017: My Choice

MJ Akbar | Pratap Bhanu Mehta | William Dalrymple | Amit Chaudhuri | Aatish Taseer | Tishani Doshi | KR Meera | Vivek Shanbhag | TCA Raghavan

Burning Embers

The girls are coming out of the woods, bearing revelatory words

Tishani Doshi: ‘The houses of love we make in our time here are worth singing’

Tishani Doshi on poetry, mortality, the female body and finding the lion in the wardrobe

International Theatre Festival: ‘So What If I Am Naked?’

The eighth edition of the International Theatre Festival of Kerala was resonant with thought-provoking dialogues and political themes

When Something Works

As with her first collection of poems, Tishani Doshi’s best poems here are those in which a female experience, located boldly in the body, works as a comment on something larger

The Pleasure Seekers

Doshi seems to have written an entire novel in search of answers that she believes will ground her to some sort of reality.

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