Q&A With Anjali Mitter Duva
Features / Fiction / Interviews

Q&A With Anjali Mitter Duva

I read a beautiful and haunting anecdote in a guidebook to Rajasthan: it’s possible for children to reach the age of five without ever seeing rain, and therefore the ceilings and walls of royal children’s bedrooms were sometimes painted with cloud designs so that when it did finally rain, they would not be afraid. I wrote this image down, and everything else started spilling out. Continue reading

On Language, Lore, and Lack of Sales: A Short Digression on Kiran Nagarkar
Author Features / Features / Poetry

On Language, Lore, and Lack of Sales: A Short Digression on Kiran Nagarkar

by Sue Dickman

Except for his first four years of primary school, his education was entirely in English, and he studied English literature in college. The surprise, then, is not that he chose to write in English but that he’s written fiction in Marathi at all, which he calls “perhaps one of the happiest accidents of my life.” Continue reading