Monthly Archives: January 2014

Revathi Suresh on Young Adult Fiction in India

Revathi Suresh worked with EastWest Books, Chennai, and helped edit, along with a senior colleague, a book review magazine called Indian Review of Books. EWB also had an imprint called Manas which brought out both fiction and non-fiction. She has … Continue reading

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BWW Star: The Wait

There are two others with me here. We don’t talk to each other, not sure if we can though, never tried it. There’s the old man who prefers the damp corner of the broken wall, he doesn’t talk much. Just … Continue reading

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BWW Star: The Street

He tries, albeit unsuccessfully, to stifle the yawn that seems to rise out of nowhere from inside his body.  His head has been throbbing for the last five minutes, he hasn’t shaved or showered and there is a persistent itch … Continue reading

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Shikha Malaviya on Geography of Tongues

Poet Shikha Malaviya, considers herself a morpher. She was born in the U.K. but grew up in the US and India. Raised in a family where books, good food, music, art and candid conversations always took center stage, it is … Continue reading

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