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- The World of Sugar: How the Sweet Stuff Transformed Our Politics, Health and Environment over 2000 Years by Ulbe Bosma Iman Mitra
- Silk: A History in Three Metamorphoses by Aarathi Prasad Akila Seshasayee
- The East Indian by Brinda Charry Uttaran Das Gupta
- Walking from Dandi: In Search of Vikas by Harmony Siganporia Madhav Nayar
- India Is Broken: And Why It’s Hard to Fix by Ashoka Mody Tanvir Aeijaz
- Kerala: Another Possible World by T. M. Thomas Isaac Pulin B Nayak
- Chip War: The Fight for the World’s Most Critical Technology
by Chris Miller
Shobhit Mahajan
- India’s Secret War: BSF and the Nine Months to the Birth of Bangladesh by Ushinor Majumdar Vappala Balachandran
- A Lost People’s Archive by Rimli Sengupta Sampurna Chattarji
- I See the Face: A Novel by Shahidul Zahir; translated from the Bengali by V. Ramaswamy Somak Ghoshal
- Tom Lake by Ann Patchett Ritu Menon
- Yellowface by Rebecca F. Kuang Nandini Lal
- The Indian Cat by B. N. Goswamy Nilanjana S Roy
- Scripts of Power: Language Practices and Cultural History in Western India by Prachi Deshpande Swathi Shivanand
- Fire on the Ganges: Life among the Dead in Banaras by Radhika Iyengar Saurabh Sharma
- Pyre by Perumal Murugan; translated from the Tamil by Aniruddhan Vasudevan Pravina Cooper
- Sakina’s Kiss by Vivek Shanbhag; translated from the Kannada by Srinath Perur Jonathan Gil Harris
- Conversations with Aurangzeb: A Novel by Charu Nivedita; translated from the Tamil by Nandini Krishnan Mathangi Krishnamurthy
- One Small Voice by Santanu Bhattacharya Sanjay Sipahimalani
- The Light at the End of the World by Siddhartha Deb Omair Ahmad
- Magadh by Shrikant Verma; translated from the Hindi by Rahul Soni Tabish Khair
- Karbala: A Historical Play by Premchand: translated from the Urdu
and Hindi by Nishat Zaidi
Huzaifa Omair Siddiqi
- The Covenant of Water by Abraham Verghese Kiran Keshavamurthy
- The Beautiful Book: A Memoir of Collecting Rare and Fine Books by Pradeep Sebastian Kanupriya Dhingra
- Reviewers’ Choice: Biblio reviewers choose their ‘Book of the Year

TANVIR AEIJAZ teaches Public Policy at Ramjas College, University of Delhi, is a Fellow and Programme Director at the Centre for Multilevel Federalism, and a Visiting Senior Fellow at Impact and Policy Research Institute (IMPRI), New Delhi.

OMAIR AHMAD is the author of four works of fiction – Encounters (2006), The Storyteller’s Tale (2008), Jimmy the Terrorist (2010) and Tall Tales by a Small Dog (2023)– and the political history The Kingdom at the Centre of the World (2013).

VAPPALA BALACHANDRAN is a columnist, author and former Special Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India. He is the author of four books, the latest being Intelligence Over Centuries (2022).

SAMPURNA CHATTARJI is a poet, fiction-writer, translator, editor and teacher. Her most recent book is Unmappable Moves (Poetrywala, 2023).

PRAVINA COOPER teaches in the Comparative World Literature Department and in the Film and Theatre Department at California State University, Long Beach. She has published in journals such as Asian Cinema and Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies.

KANUPRIYA DHINGRA is an Assistant Professor and Assistant Dean at the Jindal School of Languages and Literature, Jindal Global University. She researches the History of the Book and Print Cultures, with a focus on Delhi (India) from an ethnographic perspective.

UTTARAN DAS GUPTA is a New Delhi-based writer and journalist. He teaches Journalism at O. P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, India.

SOMAK GHOSHAL is a writer, editor and journalist based in Delhi. He is the author of two books for young readers.

JONATHAN GIL HARRIS is the author of The First Firangis (2015) and Masala Shakespeare (2018). He is currently finishing a new book, The Jewish Silk Road: Secrets of My Mother's Chinese Tea-Chest.

KIRAN KESHAVAMURTHY teaches English at the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati. He is a scholar of modern Tamil literature.

TABISH KHAIR is an Associate Professor at Aarhus University, Denmark. His latest novel is The Body by The Shore (2022).

MATHANGI KRISHNAMURTHY is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. She researches and writes on work, body, gender, urban culture and medicine.

NANDINI LAL is a Washington DC-based writer and critic.

SHOBHIT MAHAJAN is a Professor in the Department of Physics and Astrophysics at Delhi University

RITU MENON is a feminist publisher and writer. Her two most recent books are: Zohra: A Biography in Four Acts (2021) and India On Their Minds: 8 Women, 8 Ideas of India (2023).

IMAN MITRA teaches History at the Shiv Nadar University, Greater Noida, India. His research interests include economic history, history of the economic discipline, Marxism and postcolonial theory.

PULIN B NAYAK was formerly Director of the Delhi School of Economics.

MADHAV NAYAR works as an Archives Associate with the Ashoka Archives of Contemporary India.

NILANJANA S ROY has written three novels (Black River; The Wildings; The Hundred Names of Darkness) and edited three anthologies (Our Freedoms; Patriots, Poets & Prisoners; and A Matter of Taste). She lives in Delhi with four cats and one husband / fellow cat vassal.

SAURABH SHARMA is a Delhi-based queer writer and freelance journalist.

SWATHI SHIVANAND is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Liberal Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal, India.

HUZAIFA OMAIR SIDDIQI is an Assistant Professor at Ashoka University, Sonipat, India. One of his research interests is Muhammad Iqbal’s relationship with German philosophers like Hegel and Nietzsche.

HUZAIFA OMAIR SIDDIQI is an Assistant Professor at Ashoka University, Sonipat, India. One of his research interests is Muhammad Iqbal’s relationship with German philosophers like Hegel and Nietzsche.


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