Sujatha Gidla is a subway conductor in New York with an Indian backstory of caste and isolation, now captured in a critically acclaimed memoir
Ruskin Bond relives his journey from the isolation of childhood to the home he found in the hills
A writer in a polarised world. Hari Kunzru talks about his art and politics in a conversation with Rahul Pandita
What makes this text an indispensible addition to the canon of intellectual histories is not just the urgency of its argument but the delightful march-past of writers
There are Indian writers in English and there are regional writers of the vernacular. Jerry Pinto is among the rare few who straddles both worlds.
There is a certain smartness to this Delhi-raised writer’s work that has made him the toast in literary circles.