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- Macaulay: The Tragedy of Power by Robert E. Sullivan Rudrangshu Mukherjee
- The Making of Indian Secularism: Empire, Law and Christianity
in India
by Nandini Chatterjee
Aparna Balachandran
- India: A Portrait by Patrick French Ashok Malik
- India Calling: An Intimate Portrait of a Nationís Remaking
by Anand Giridharadas
Jerry Pinto
- The Absent State: Insurgency as an Excuse for Misgovernance
by Neelesh Misra and Rahul Pandita
Shivam Vij
- The Collaborator by Mirza Waheed Sanjay Kak
- The Sly Company of People Who Care: A Novel by Rahul Bhattacharya Anil Persaud
- The NaÔve and the Sentimental Novelist: The Charles Eliot Norton
Lectures 2009
by Orhan Pamuk; translated by Nazim Dikbas
Shiva Kumar Srinivasan
- The Folded Earth by Anuradha Roy Padmini Mongia
- Anjolie Ela Menon: Through the Patina
by Isana Murti (C.Uday Bhaskar)
Sunil Mehra
- Bhimayana: Experiences of Untouchability, Incidents in the Life of
Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar.
art by Durgabai Vyam and Subhash Vyam;
story by Srividya Natarajan and S. Anand
Nandini Chandra
- The Lifeís Too Short Literary Review: New Writing from Pakistan,
Volume 1
edited by Faiza S. Khan and Aysha Raja
Paromita Vohra
- Day Scholar by Siddharth Chowdhury Trisha Gupta
- Litanies of Dutch Battery by N.S. Madhavan; translated by Rajesh Rajamohan T.P. Sabitha
- Apradhini: Women Without Men by Shivani; translated by Ira Pande Mridula Garg
- Now That Iím Fifty: Short Stories by Bulbul Sharma Shrimoyee Nandini Ghosh
- The Story That Must Not Be Told by Kavery Nambisan Mandakini Dubey
- Chinaman: The Legend of Pradeep Mathew by Shehan Karunatilaka Mini Kapoor
- While I Write: New and Selected Poems by K. Satchidanandan Manash Bhattacharjee
- Dreams that Spell the Light by Shanta Acharya Keki N. Daruwalla
- Absent Muses by Sampurna Chattarji and Woodpecker
by Siddhartha Menon
Vivek Narayanan
- A Current of Blood by Namdeo Dhasal;
Waking is Another Dream: Poems on the Genocide in Eelam
by Cherian, V.I.S. Jayapalan, Yesurasa, Latha and Ravikumar;
Give Us This Day A Feast of Flesh by N.D. Rajkumar and
Ms Militancy by Meena Kandasamy
Ranjit Hoskote
- Gender and Green Governance: The Political Economy of Womenís
Presence Within and Beyond Community Forestry
by Bina Agarwal
Kalpana Wilson
APARNA BALACHANDRAN is Assistant Professor in the Department of History, University of Delhi.

MANASH BHATTACHARJEE is a poet and scholar who lives in Delhi.

NANDINI CHANDRA is Assistant Professor at the Department of English, University of Delhi. She is the author of The Classic Popular: Amar Chitra Katha(1967-2007) , (Yoda, 2008).

KEKI N. DARUWALLA is a poet and novelist. His latest novel For Pepper and Christ was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Fiction Prize (UK and Asia).

MANDAKINI DUBEY completed her doctorate in English from Duke University and taught literature to American undergraduates for many years. She now lives in Delhi, where she raises her children and works as a freelance editor.

MRIDULA GARG is an eminent and widely read Hindi novelist and story writer and recipient of the Vyas Samman award. Her three novels, Chittacobra, Anitya Halfway to Nowhere and Country of Goodbyes and short story collection Daffodils on Fire are available in English translation.

SHRIMOYEE NANDINI GHOSH is a writer and legal researcher based in Delhi.

TRISHA GUPTA is a writer and critic based in Delhi. Trained as a cultural anthropologist, she writes on books, art, cinema and the city for Tehelka, Time Out, Outlook Traveller, Caravan, Himal and Indian Express, among others. Her writing can be accessed on her blog, Chhotahazri: www.trishagupta.blogspot.com

RANJIT HOSKOTE is a poet, cultural theorist and independent curator. He is the author of 20 books, including Vanishing Acts: New & Selected Poems 1985-2005 (Penguin), Die Ankunft der VŲgel (Hanser). His translation from the Kashmiri, I, Lalla: The Poems of Lal Ded (Penguin Classics), is due out this spring.

SANJAY KAK is a documentary filmmaker, whose work includes Jashn-e-Azadi (How we celebrate freedom). He has recently edited a collection of new writing on Kashmir, Until My Freedom Is Come: The New Intifada in Kashmir (Penguin India, 2011 forthcoming).

MINI KAPOOR is Associate Editor, Indian Express.

ASHOK MALIK is a news columnist who lives in New Delhi.

SUNIL MEHRA is a Delhi-based cultural commentator, journalist and filmmaker. He recently curated Marvellous Reality: a Magic Realism-themed show featuring 50 works by 37 artists from eight countries.

PADMINI MONGIA just spent two years teaching English Literature at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She has published numerous articles on Indian Writing in English and is currently Professor of English at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster.

RUDRANGSHU MUKHERJE is Editor, Editorial Pages, The Telegraph.

VIVEK NARAYANAN is Co-Editor of the online literary journal Almost Island. His first book was Universal Beach. His poems have appeared widely online and in print, including in anthologies like 60 Indian Poets (Penguin, 2008) and Language for a New Century (W.W. Norton, 2008).

ANIL PERSAUD is Assistant Professor of History, Ambedkar University, Delhi.

JERRY PINTO is a writer who lives and works in Mumbai.

T.P. SABITHA is a researcher, art critic, and poet in Malayalam and English who teaches English literature in Hansraj College, Delhi.

SHIVA KUMAR SRINIVASAN is visiting faculty at the Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode.

SHIVAM VIJ is a writer and journalist based in Delhi.

PAROMITA VOHRA is a filmmaker and writer. Her latest film is Partners in Crime: Copyright, Creativity, Capitalism. More about her work is at www.parodevi.com.

KALPANA WILSON is a Fellow, Transnational Gender Studies Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science, and founder member of South Asian Solidarity Group.


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