In her debut novel, Meera Rajagopalan explores a woman's fading memory through her satirical journal entries
For Rajagopalan, the diary entries become a clever medium to bring home the intrigue of reading the accounts of an unreliable narrator, who might or might not have lived through the experiences that she records or understood those subjects that she claims to know all about.
Read an excerpt from It's Also About Mynah, Rucha Chitrodia's contemporary take on adulting in a big city
It's Also About Mynah is a coming-of-age narrative that unfolds through the eponymous Mynah's experiences of living in the old mill district of Mumbai and of the hard truths about 'adulting' that she must learn along the way.
Keki N Daruwalla on his latest novel Swerving to Solitude, telling an Emergency story using imagination
Keki N Daruwalla's latest novel is set in Lucknow and tells the story of a young journalist who is a critic of the Emergency. The story is told through the letters she writes to her mother