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People  /  Published 09.12.22

Sudeep Nagarkar puts a facet of his life in the public domain with new book 'It Was Always You'

New publish is page-turner and tugs at emotions of love and friendship...
By Farah Khatoon

Books  /  Published 02.12.22

The spell that failed

The whole book has a rather workshoppy flavour, as if it was written in response to one of those writing sprints that are so popular on social media...
By Rimi B. Chatterjee

Lifestyle  /  Published 23.11.22

The Hunter of Lalbazar’: A fast-paced thriller about crime, police corruption and the role of politicians

An excerpt from retired journalist and author Suhit Sen’s latest novel...
By Suhit Sen

Lifestyle  /  Published 16.11.22

Beyond Naruto: Masashi Kishimoto’s lesser-known gems

In his birthday month, My Kolkata spotlights three great works of the manga artist besides ‘Naruto’...
By Urmi Chakraborty

People  /  Published 06.11.22

Missing in action: Celebrating Christopher Koch

The Australian novelist, who would have been 90 this year, has left a memorable oeuvre with war and Southeast Asia and the surrounding region at its centre...
By Julie Banerjee Mehta

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Books  /  Published 04.11.22

Interrogating lives

If the biography of Julian the Apostate lies at the literal heart of the novel, it is flanked by Neil’s attempts to make sense of the 'exotic and opaque' personality of Elizabeth Finch herself...
By Chandrima Das

Books  /  Published 28.10.22

Hunters of a grisly truth

In the tradition of great crime novelists, Guillaume Musso expertly sets the stage for a delicious murder mystery...
By Sohini Chakraborty

People  /  Published 18.10.22

Author Udayan Mukherjee in conversation with Devapriya Roy on his new novel, ‘No Way In’

A large part of the book is set in south Kolkata, and I know that world intimately, having spent the first 20 years of my life there: Udayan...
By Devapriya Roy

Lifestyle  /  Published 12.10.22

'No Way In': Questions of inequality and identity in modern India

An excerpt from writer and former business journalist Udayan Mukherjee's third novel...
By Udayan Mukherjee

Books  /  Published 07.10.22

Examining nostalgia

The bitter-sweet taste of the narrative gets effectively filtered through Booth’s prose and conveys a strong sense of melancholy to the readers...
By Chandrima Das


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