Urvashi Bahuguna

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

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A Careful Listener

Janice Pariat, founding editor of Pyrta, talks to us in an exclusive interview about Boats on Land, her new collection of short stories.

The Private Lives of Old Delhi

We’ve come to a place that is the opposite of a private library. This is the collection of too many people to count.

The Unintended Memoirists

Veena Venugopal, author of Would You Like Some Bread with That Book?, talks to us about her love of books and bookstore fantasies.

Book Review: Blue

With books such as the Tranquebar Book of Erotic Stories from Sri Lanka, literary erotica is slowly carving a niche of its own in the Indian market.

Message from the Ether

Acclaimed, award-winning poet Anindita Sengupta speaks to us in an exclusive interview about her work, travel, and photography.

Book Review: The Lost Story

Perhaps the reality is that only segments of stories are ours to tell, that the gaps must be filled by others.

Listening for Music

Aditi Rao, winner of the Srinivas Rayaprol Poetry Prize in 2011, speaks to us about her writing.

Book Review: Tamasha in Bandargaon

In the fictional suburb of Bandargaon, hilarity and love rise from the seediness of the local underground gambling den and the self-righteousness of its educated citizens.

Book Review: The Newsroom Mafia

For those interested in Mumbai’s underworld and the underbelly of journalism, this book might make interesting reading.

Reading Between the Lines

Wouldn’t you rather come home to a library than carry one with you?

The Right Kind of Waiting

Award-winning young writer Aditi Machado talks to us about her writing and what the future may hold for her.

Book Review: Revolution 2020

When Chetan Bhagat’s characters are in love, they don’t just love each other, they own each other.