‘The memoir is very frustrating. I can’t seem to explain what happened to me.’ – Vijay Seshadri

Vijay Seshadri is a poet, essayist, and literary critic. He was born in India, and lives in the US, having moved there at the age of five. He is the author of Wild Kingdom (1996); The Long Meadow (2003), which won the James Laughlin Award; and 3 Sections (2013), which won the Pulitzer Prize in… Continue reading ‘The memoir is very frustrating. I can’t seem to explain what happened to me.’ – Vijay Seshadri

Ramayana Series by Natasha Sarkar

As early as the sixteenth century, the Ramayana is revealed through the eyes of two women with contrasting backgrounds, Molla – a potter’s daughter from Andhra Pradesh, and Chandrabati – a Brahmin’s daughter from Bengal. Through Molla’s lens, one can view gory, battlefield scenes, while Chandrabati’s focal point rests on the pregnancies of the key… Continue reading Ramayana Series by Natasha Sarkar