Urvashi Bahuguna

Urvashi is a writer and a feminist. She trips over her own feet a lot.

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12 Places to Submit Your Writing

12 More Places to Submit Creative Writing in India

For writers in India looking to get published, here are some more platforms that may be the right fit for your writing.

Aditi Angiras

Poetry Is Politics

In conversation with activist Aditi Angiras about her Bring Back the Poets initiative and writing and performing spoken word poetry.

One Thousand Days in a Refrigerator

Book Review: One Thousand Days in a Refrigerator

An ambitious collection of stories by Manoj Kumar Panda that attempts to tell neglected but significant tales centred around death.

Sumana Roy

A Plant’s-Eye View

In conversation with author Sumana Roy about her discomfort with the word ‘nature’ and her desire to experience a plant’s-eye view of the world.

Kuzhali Manickavel

Reinventing the Short Story

In conversation with author Kuzhali Manickavel about reinterpreting the short story and the relative productivity of writing.

Kutti Revathi

The Power of Poetry

In conversation with poet Kutti Revathi about the controversy surrounding her work, and her commitment to her writing and feminism.

20 Places to Submit Creative Writing in India

For writers in India looking to get published, here is a handy list we’ve put together to help you find the right platform for your writing.

Mahesh Rao

Book Review: One Point Two Billion

The characters in Mahesh Rao’s collection of stories are haunted by a world just beyond their reach.

God on the Hill: Temple Poems from Tirupati

How Do 13,000 Poems Go Unnoticed?

Despite the six centuries separating the composition of these poems and their readership, they are accessible, relatable, and compelling.

Ghachar Ghochar

Book Review: Ghachar Ghochar

Vivek Shanbhag’s novel looks hard at the nouveau rich in India and the consequences of wealth on relationships with the community, in-laws, work ethic, and morality.

Nilanjana Roy

The Unbroken Taar

In conversation with author Nilanjana Roy about her latest book The Girl Who Ate Books, traditions, final drafts, and the tragic side of plagiarism.


In conversation with Akhil Katyal, a bilingual poet and translator, whose book Night Charge Extra was recently published by Writers Workshop.