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Author Interview
Books  /  Published 22.09.21

Meet author Jennifer Niven

Tell us about your involvement with cinematic adaptations of your books? I’ve been very fortunate so far to be involved with All the Bright Places –– I wrote the script, was involve...
By Shrestha Saha

Books  /  Published 12.09.21

The mistress of intrigue

Tell us about the experience of having your book made into a movie. I think you’ve got to take each project as it sort of comes because they’re not always going to be the same. I saw The ...
By Shrestha Saha

Books  /  Published 08.09.21

All about Melody Razak’s debut novel Moth

It was a need to write about something political, intimate and about women that led Razak to the trauma of Indian Partition in 1947. Listening to the radio one night in her cafe, she heard a show call...
By Shrestha Saha

Books  /  Published 06.09.21

Tanushree Podder on her books, army & more

What is your writing process like? Where do you draw inspiration from? I live my life along with writing, I haven’t made writing the entire purpose of my life, it is just something I enjoy doin...
By Shrestha Saha

Books  /  Published 21.07.21

Anubha Yadav on debut novel The Anger of Saintly Men

Tell us about the inception of the book. After writing non-fiction for over a decade, I felt a compulsion to move towards fiction. There were stories that I was not able to harness in non-fiction. I ...
By Shrestha Saha

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Books  /  Published 16.07.21

Sarbpreet Singh gets candid

• It was only a matter of time before Singh realised the richly researched content that was available in the form of his podcast scripts that he could collate into a book and thus was born his la...
By Shrestha Saha

Books  /  Published 07.07.21

Anjali Joseph on ‘Keeping In Touch’

Tell us about your choice to set the book in Assam and making it rich in the land’s history. When I was wondering where would be the next place after Norwich, I spent a couple of months in Shan...
By Shrestha Saha

Books  /  Published 20.01.21

Marcus Ranney tells us why nothing is mission impossible

He considers himself to be both a London and a Mumbai boy. While he was born in London, he grew up in Mumbai and met his wife (Raina) in the ‘maximum city’. He pursued bachelor of science ...
By Saionee Chakraborty

Books  /  Published 16.11.20

The ‘radical’ dietician

Her ideas have been called radical when in reality they are the exact opposite of radical. Celebrity dietician, nutritionist and author Rujuta Diwekar has always been a champion of ‘local’...
By Shrestha Saha

Books  /  Published 10.11.20

Kalam hosts an evening of banter with Udayan Mukherjee, author of Essential Items

Writing about the emotional damage that the pandemic caused within people from varied walks of life, turned out to be the driving force behind the churning out of stories. Stopping at 10 stories felt...
By Shrestha Saha in Calcutta


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