B.M. Zuhara's 'The Dreams of a Mappila Girl: A Memoir' goes beyond giving us a glimpse into one young girl’s life, and offers us an intimate view of the …
Gorkhaland Diaries by Satyadeep S. Chhetri brings to attention a history not very well known to the rest of India.
Edited by Mitra Phukan, 'The Greatest Assamese Stories Ever Told' is a collection of 25 translated stories that are richly diverse and beautifully translated.
Anubha Yadav’s book 'Scripting Bollywood' tells her story and the story of the women writers who have scripted many amazing Hindi films from the 1970s till now.
Samrat Choudhary's 'The Braided River' is a travelogue of sorts which connects contemporary politics of Northeast India with the history of the region through personal anecdotes.
In her book 'The Anger of Saintly Men', Anubha Yadav painstakingly etches the ways in which masculinity is moulded, reinforced, and applauded in our society.