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- The Blind Man’s Garden by Nadeem Aslam Antara Das
- Our Moon Has Blood Clots - The Exodus of the Kashmiri Pandits
by Rahul Pandita
Sonia Jabbar
- Kashmir: The Unwritten History by Christopher Snedden Gowhar Fazili
- The State of Islam: Culture and Cold War Politics in Pakistan
by Saadia Toor
Shahnaz Rouse
- ‘We are Victims of Nostalgia’. An interview with Mohsin Hamid Sreedhevi Iyer & Adnan Mahmutovic
- How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia by Mohsin Hamid Dilip Bobb
- Faith and Freedom: Gandhi in History by Mushirul Hasan and
Gandhi’s Printing Press: Experiments in Slow Reading
by Isabel Hofmeyr
Tridip Suhrud
- Ayodhya: The Dark Night - The Secret History
of Rama’s Appearance in Babri Masjid

by Krishna Jha and Dhirendra K Jha
Aakar Patel
- Azadi’s Daughter: Journey of a Liberal Muslim by Seema Mustafa Warisha Farasat
- In Good Faith: A Journey in Search of an Unknown India
by Saba Naqvi
Manisha Sethi
- Manik & I: My Life with Satyajit Ray by Bijoya Ray Sharmistha Gooptu
- Looking Beyond: Graphics of Satyajit Ray by Jayanti Sen Shohini Ghosh
- Conversations with Mani Ratnam by Baradwaj Rangan Praveena Shivram
- Photographing India by Sunil Janah Ella Datta
- Bangladesh: The Price of Freedom by Raghu Rai Bhaswati Chakravorty
- Mastering the Lens: Before and After Cartier-Bresson in Pondicherry Malavika Karlekar
- The Gurkha’s Daughter by Prajwal Parajuly Colin Cooper
- The City of Devi by Manil Suri Mandakini Dubey
- Adi Parva: The Churning of the Ocean via Amruta Patil Alice Albinia
- The Missing Queen by Samhita Arni and Breaking the Bow: Speculative
Fiction Inspired by the Ramayana,
edited by Anil Menon
and Vandana Singh
Malini Saran
- The Last War by Sandipan Deb Jai Arjun Singh
ALICE ALBINIA’S novel Leela’s Book (2011) was narrated in part by Ganesh, the Mahabharata’s scribe. It was shortlisted for the Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award 2012, and longlisted for the DSC South Asian Prize for Literature 2013.

BHASWATI CHAKRABORTY is Associate Editor of The Telegraph, and formerly Reader in English, Presidency College, Calcutta. She has translated into Bengali Amartya Sen’s Identity and Violence and written a book on violence against women in public spaces in Bengali, called Pothe Bipade.
ANTARA DAS has studied English Literature at Jadavpur University and has previously worked with Hindustan Times, The Indian Express and The Hindu.
MANDAKINI DUBEY is a freelance editor based in Delhi. She has previously taught Literature for several years in the United States, before and after completing her PhD in English from Duke University in 2003.
DILIP BOBB is Group Editor, Features & Special Projects, at The Indian Express.
COLIN COOPER is a writer and editor based in Kathmandu.
ELLA DATTA is an art writer. Till recently, she was the Tagore National Fellow for Cultural Research at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi. She is currently curating an exhibition of Jamini Roy’s works for the NGMA.
WARISHA FARASAT is a lawyer.
GOWHAR FAZILI is a research scholar at the Department of Sociology, DSE, University of Delhi. He is from Kashmir.
SHOHINI GHOSH is Sajjad Zaheer Professor at the AJK Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia.
SHARMISTHA GOOPTU is a film scholar and Founding Trustee of the South Asia Research Foundation.
SREEDHEVI IYER is an Indian-Malaysian living in Australia. She has written for The Selangor Times, The New Straits Times, The Malaysian Sunday Mail.
SONIA JABBAR has been deeply engaged with Kashmir since 1995 as a human rights activist, writer and journalist, photographer and filmmaker.
MALAVIKA KARLEKAR is Co-editor Indian Journal of Gender Studies, with an interest in archival photographs. Her Visual Histories ~ Photography in the Popular Imagination (OUP) is just out.
ADNAN MAHMUTOVIC is Bosnian-Swedish author and lecturer in literature at Stockholm University. His works include Ways of Being Free (criticism), Thinner than a Hair (novel), and How to Fare Well and Stay Fair (short stories).
AAKAR PATEL is a writer and columnist. His translation of Saadat Hasan Manto’s non-fiction essays will be published this year.
SHAHNAZ ROUSE teaches Sociology at Sarah Lawrence College. She is the author of Shifting Body Politics: Gender, Nation, State, Women Unlimited (2004). She is currently working on a project entitled, “Landscapes of Desire” about Lahore during the colonial period, 1849-1947.  

MALINI SARAN co-authored, with Vinod C. Khanna, The Ramayana in Indonesia (Ravi Dayal, 2004). She has also published several articles on Indian and Indonesian narrative traditions.

MANISHA SETHI is currently a Fellow at Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi. Otherwise, she teaches at the Centre for the Study of Comparative Religions and Civilizations, Jamia Millia Islamia.
PRAVEENA SHIVRAM is a writer based in Chennai and one of the winners of the 2009 Commonwealth Short Story Competition. She is currently the Consultant Editor of Culturama, a cultural magazine for expatriates.
JAI ARJUN SINGH is a freelance writer and journalist. He has authored the book Jaane bhi do Yaaro: Seriously Funny Since 1983, about the making of the cult comedy film, and has edited The Popcorn Essayists, an anthology of film essays. He writes on the culture blog Jabberwock at  

TRIDIP SUHRUD works at the Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad.

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