Upamanyu Chatterjee

The Normality of Evil

Nandini Nair

Upamanyu Chatterjee’s seventh novel opens with the discovery of a dead body in a park. He speaks to Nandini Nair about creating crafty characters and the villainy principle

The Garden of Forking Paths

After two decades, Pankaj Mishra returns with a novel. Upamanyu Chatterjee makes his debut as a crime writer. Booker-winning authors Julian Barnes and Douglas Stuart release their much awaited novels

Upamanyu Chatterjee: Oddball Savant

On the 30th anniversary of the book that launched him, Upamanyu Chatterjee seeks his own revenge by shooing away holy cows with a new novella

Three-Seven-Seven And the Blue Gay Gene

"The case history of 377 is gripping; it reflects what we have thought about morality over the last 150 years.If you ask me, it really is time to move on, turn the page"

Wizard of the Serio-Comic

Novelist Upamanyu Chatterjee is the master of Indian cool. In his latest, Fairy Tales at Fifty, he pushes his limits in a bleak tale of modern Indian anguish. The writer in conversation with Open magazine


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