In conversation with Praveena Shivram about fluidity in worldbuilding, reimagining mythology, and transcending binaries in her debut novel Karuppu.
In conversation with Tejaswini Apte-Rahm about historical fiction and her debut novel, The Secret of More.
In conversation with filmmaker Sonia Filinto about her film Bread and Belonging, Goa’s perennially shifting demography, and of the intriguing connection between bread and migrants.
In conversation with two-time Commonwealth Short Story Prize winner Anushka Jasraj about her stories and characters, surrealism, and her writing process.
In conversation with Nisha Susan about writing her new book The Women Who Forgot to Invent Facebook and Other Stories, romance, endings, flawed protagonists, and much more.
In conversation with Sumithra Prasanna about her film Stateless in India, and her experiences of filming through Assam as the state grappled with the repercussions of the N.R.C.
In conversation with Varun Thomas Mathew about his debut novel, the nostalgia of city life, and the relationship between magic realism and memory.
In conversation with Annie Zaidi about her new book Prelude to a Riot, inequalities within South Asia, and why we can never escape home.
In conversation with Bhaskar Hazarika about his critically acclaimed film Aamis, and its place within a genre that combines the bleak with the beautiful.
In conversation with the makers of Raqs-e-Inquilab about creative freedom, censorship, the role of art in a time and place of crisis, and about the one-sided narratives of hate and fear about Kashmir and its people spread by the media.
In conversation with Nandita Dutta, whose book F-Rated examines Indian filmmaking through the eyes of eleven women directors who have been central to the industry across decades.
Conceptualised by the Kadak Collective, the Bystander anthology is an ambitious crowdfunded project that aims to gather works created by a diverse group of over 50 South Asian creators from 13 countries.