@JLF Houston 2021

For those who missed my reading of an excerpt of ‘Fabric’ from Bombay Hangovers at JLF 2021 Writer’s Shorts can now view a replay on Saturday, 16th October at JLF Houston 11:45 AM – 12:00 NOON CDT / 10: 15 PM – 10:30 PM IST. Register for JLF Houston –https://jlflitfest.org/houston/registration

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Incel insult

You might not know me and that is better. I am an introvert who can celebrate the company of but a few. Even two in a room gives me a feeling the room is full of a 100. (So exclusions or cancel cultures would/could never work on me in theory or practice. I wouldn’t even…

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‘Room No. 312 and Other Stories’ is out!

A story of mine appears in ‘Room No. 312 and Other Stories’ by Walking BookFairs.Gratitude Satabdi Mishra and Akshaya Ravtaray. Copies of this book are available at bookstores ONLY in India. They are not selling on Amazon in support of local, independent bookstores. You can order a copy by writing in to: walkingbookfairs@gmail.com. (For those…

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Review: Bombay Hangovers/Asian Age

The review of Bombay Hangovers by the astute and talented Kinshuk Gupta in the Asian Age is on the platter today. “For any reader who has heard of the city only through the narration, Potkar’s book with its exquisite use of catalogue, language that soothes and stabs, and sharp observations, is a sumptuous read.” Hope…

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