“Ruskin Bond has chosen it as one of his personal favourites because of its sense of place and simplicity of style. Godden captures a cycle of life that some people are lucky enough to experience still.” | Anjana Basu reviews Ringli-Rungliot for the Outlook
Aditya Misra reviews Gut and talks to the author, Giulia Enders for Down to Earth | Click here to read
“Rungli-Rungliot is an airy book, written with a studied lightness.” | Chetan Raj Shrestha reviews Rungli-Rungliot for Biblio: A Review of Books
“The people in my stories might be ordinary and invisible, but their ordinariness makes them special. My books might have given me some visibility, otherwise I too am invisible.” | Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar talks to Fehmida Zakeer about his latest book The Adivasi Will Not Dance. Read the full interview as it appeared in The Hindu
Of Mists, Fires And Pekoe | Anjana Basu reviews Rungli-Rungliot for Outlook. Read the full review here.
“Jaszberenyi’s storytelling in The Devil is a Black Dog is interesting and engaging because of his strong reliance on accuracy and lucidity in his writing.” | Latha Venkatraman for Deccan Herald. Read the full review here.
Where Girish Karnad first learnt that lights could be brightened and dimmed like a fan. Insider memories of three forgotten theatre spaces in a new book edited by theatre historian Shanta Gokhale | Mid-Day features The Scenes We Made
Three women, three worlds | Ramya Sarma reviews The Edge of Another World for The Hindu.