#DesiBooksReview 4: Manju Kapur’s Quiet Novel about Women’s Lives in the Partition Resonates Deeper than Ever
Suhasini Patni reviews Difficult Daughters by Manju Kapur.
#DesiBooksReview 4: Lalithambika Antharjanam’s Heroines Fight for the Country but Not for Themselves
Veena Narayan reviews Agnisakshi by Lalithambika Antharjanam; translated by Vasanthi Sankaranarayanan.
#DesiBooksReview 4: Seventy-plus Years Later, Gulzar is Still Watching the Trail of Partition
Suswati Basu reviews Gulzar’s Footprints on Zero Line: Writings on the Partition.
#DesiBooksReview 4: The Present is But a Mirror Reflection of the Past in Ranbir Sidhu’s Partition Novel
Nidhi Shrivastava Farfaglia reviews Ranbir Sidhu’s novel, Dark Star.
#DesiBooksReview 4: Rippling Aftermaths: Orphans of Partition in Fatimah Asghar’s Works
Talib Jabbar reviews Fatimah Asghar’s If They Come for Us and When We Were Sisters
#DesiBooksReview 4: The Real and the Metaphysical in Samim Ahmed’s Debut Novel Are Centered on the Bengal Partition
Saurabh Sharma reviews Seven Heavens by Samim Ahmed; translated by Arunava Sinha.
#DesiBooks10QA: Nishant Batsha on participating in a conversation with desi writers from across the world
Nishant Batsha discusses his debut novel, Mother Earth Father Nation, and his own favorite desi books on #DesiBooks10QA.
#DesiBooks10QA: Talia Lakshmi Kolluri on collapsing the distance between the human and the non-human in her stories
Talia Lakshmi Kolluri discusses her debut story collection, What We Fed to the Manticore, and her own favorite desi books on #DesiBooks10QA.
#DesiBooks10QA: Dur e Aziz Amna on writing unfettered from the burden of foreignness
Dur e Aziz Amna discusses her debut novel, American Fever, and her own favorite desi books on #DesiBooks10QA.
#DesiBooks10QA: Himadri Agarwal on listening as a way to master translation of dialogue and humor
Himadri Agarwal discusses her debut translation of the novel, Banaras Talkies by Satya Vyas, and her own favorite desi books on #DesiBooks10QA.