Anjum Hasan, Nakul Krishna, Saikat Majumdar and Pratab Bhanu Mehta on Amit Chaudari's Clearing A Space
One of our finest writers reveals fresh possibilities in that old problem: what counts for an indigenous tradition of Indian English writing?
The forgotten story of a poetry publishing collective
Why is there a corner of the Indian heart that is forever Enid Blyton?
The songs in Found Music are conversations between Amit Chaudhuri, at different moments, and Leonard Cohen, John Lennon, The Doors, The Byrds and The Beach Boys
Much more than a tenet to live by, the Bhagavad Gita belongs to the playful and paradoxical domain of the poetic.