This very interesting interview with Alpa Shah is a must-read for anyone aspiring to write narrative non-fiction. Shah, a professor
You know I am into non-fiction, writing and reading. A consistent trend in non-fiction writing has been the emergence of
Alpa Shah’s book is an insightful exploration of conflict and its origins, and how the understanding of both eludes politics and policies for tribals in India.
On a December day in 1974, at a small dinner party to celebrate the wedding of then prime minister Indira
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Vanessa Able travelled around India in a Tata Nano in 2010 and wrote her book ‘The Nanologues’
Kathak exponent Saswati Sen on her memoir on Pandit Birju Maharaj and how the maestro gave the dance form a lyrical beauty