Another review’s in! (Hope you’ve got your copy 🙂 Divya Dubey reviews ‘Bombay Hangovers’ and shares how these stories paint a very real, almost tangible world.
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“Human irrationality and dichotomy drive me.” In an exclusive interview with author-poet Poornima Laxmeshwar, for Bengaluru Review, I discuss the creative process and my debut story collection: Bombay Hangovers. Click to read. Thank you too – Tuhin Bhowal, Sourav Roy.
When art be an oasis in times of chaos. https://www.mid-day.com/mumbai-guide/famous-personalities/article/in-pursuit-of-verse-23172254 “It is never too late to be a poet and a 96-year-old, whose self-published anthology of poems went viral recently, proves that.”Dalreen Ramos writes in the the Mid-day.
Aimed at school-going children – amid a lockdown summer holiday, if you are interested in a poetry (haiku/haibun) workshop, here it comes! Register by filling in the google form: https://forms.gle/oEf2XHa3djo6mEFR8
From a sealed building in Mumbai, presented stories-in-social context from my book ‘Bombay Hangovers’ at the Literature and Sociology class of Bhavan’s H Somani’s college and Wilson college, for Literature 360, Tata Literature Live! Hanging out today at the Pune Writers’ Group, in conversation over Bombay Hangovers 1-3 pm, 17 April 2021. How’s and the…
An excerpt from the story ‘Parfum’ from ‘Bombay Hangovers’ features in Scroll.in. Click to read. The book’s paperback supply chain has been interrupted because of the lockdown. Available in e-book currently. The paperback option will be back soon!