Even though Afrofuturist works are set in fictional worlds, they provide a blueprint for social, political and economic systems free from exploitation and oppression.
Smita Agarwal, in her book of poetry, raises her voice in an asymmetrical world and implores women to speak out for themselves.
Most mysteries are set in the past but contemporary Mumbai is not missing either.
In novelist Nell Zink’s new book, 'Avalon', we might not recognise her characters’ circumstances, but we might recognise ourselves in their near-feral stupidity.
‘Inhabiting’, Basudhara Roy’s latest collection of poetry, reminds us that the purpose of poems extend beyond pleasure.
The 'Father May Be an Elephant and Mother Only a Small Basket, But…' explores the lives of the Madigas, categorised as Dalits in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.