Interview with Randa Abdel-Fattah, The Mint ( 18 Nov 2017)

My interview with the fabulous Australian writer Randa Abdel-Fattah was published in The Mint on 18 Nov 2017.  Randa Abdel-Fattah’s debut novel, Does My Head Look
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Julia Donaldson in India, Interaction with educators, New Delhi ( 19 January 2018)

Scholastic India organised a FABULOUS interaction led by Julia Donaldson’s with educators,  teachers and  librarians at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
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New imprints launched in India

In the past few months new imprints have been announced by publishing houses in India. The first was Niyogi Books launching  their
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Press Release: HarperCollins India to represent Manjul Publishing House

The acquisition of exclusive distribution rights of the English language books published by Amaryllis of Manjul Publishing House. It is a strategic
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2018: All set to sparkle with new voices

( On Sunday, 7 January 2018, Asian Age published my article on the highlights of 2018. Unfortunately due to the constraints of
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Poetry in India

For some peculiar reason poetry is quoted and used extensively everywhere but rarely does it get a regular space in a publishing
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On Priyanka Chopra delivering the Penguin Annual Lecture ( 26 Dec 2017)

...[it is a ] culturally awkward relationship between the voice of women and the public sphere of speech-making, debate and comment…the fact
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“Engage Learning”: An interview with Pooja Vir

Engage Learning is a new classroom science magazine, available in four reading levels for children between 3 and 13 years of age,
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An interview with Manoj Pandey, curator of “StickLit”

Manoj Pandey, curator of #StickLit, Literature on Stickers, believes that literature needs to be made more public and the elitism needs to
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An interview with Venita Coelho, “Boy No. 32”

Venita Coelho works with images, words and paint. She is a writer who has worked in film, television and literature. Her published
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