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- The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton Nandini Lal
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by Ranjit Hoskote
Bhisham Bherwani
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- A selection of the most memorable books of 2013 and the most anticipated titles of 2014 by some of Reviewers’ Choice
KAJAL BASU is a senior journalist and Contributing Editor of Governance Now.

NABANIPA BHATTACHARJEE teaches Sociology at Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi.

SABYASACHI BHATTACHARYA is presently a Tagore National Fellow, Ministry of Culture, Government of India. His last published book is Talking Back: The Idea of Civilization in the Indian Nationalist Discourse (OUP, 2011).
BHISHAM BHERWANI’s anthology of poetry in English (including translations) from India was published by Atlanta Review (2012).
BRINDA BOSE is Associate Professor of English at the University of Delhi, and co-founder of MargHumanities.
SAMPURNA CHATTARJI is a poet, novelist and translator with eleven books to her credit, the most recent of which are her short-story collection Dirty Love (Penguin, 2013) and her first YA novel Ela (Scholastic, 2013).
SUHASINI HAIDAR is Foreign Affairs Editor, CNN-IBN and presents the weekly international affairs show, “Worldview”. She frequently travels to Pakistan to report on events there.
RANJIT HOSKOTE is a poet, cultural theorist and curator. He is the author of 25 books, including I, Lalla: The Poems of Lal Ded (Penguin Classics, 2011), Confluences: Forgotten Histories from East and West (2012) and, as editor, Dom Moraes: Selected Poems (Penguin Modern Classics, 2012).
MINI KAPOOR is a writer based in New Delhi.
NANDINI LAL is a writer and editor based in Washington DC.
ANIRBAN MUKHERJEE studied Philosophy at Presidency College and Jadavpur University, Kolkata, and at University of Reading, UK with a Felix Scholarship. He teaches at North Bengal University and is an Associate at Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla.
SUKUMAR MURALIDHARAN is a freelance journalist based in New Delhi.
RUKMINI BHAYA NAIR is Professor of Linguistics and English at IIT Delhi. Author of several academic books and three volumes of poetry, she has recently published her first novel, Mad Girl’s Love Song (HarperCollins Publishers India, 2013).
RANJIT NAIR is Director of the Centre for Philosophy and Foundations of Science, New Delhi.
SHYAMALA A NARAYAN is a literary critic and bibliographer, who retired as Professor and Head of the Department of English at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Her books include Raja Rao: The Man and His Work (1988), Sudhin N. Ghose (1989) and English Literature 1980-2000 (2001, co-authored with MK Naik).
AMRUTA PATIL is a writer and painter. She is the author of the graphic novels Kari (HarperCollins, 2009) and Adi Parva (HarperCollins, 2013).

DILIP SIMEON is a Delhi-based historian and writer. His publications include an academic monograph on the labour movement in Jharkhand, The Politics of Labour under Late Colonialism (Manohar,1995) and the novel Revolution Highway (Penguin Books India, 2010).

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