I don’t think poets need to have a speaking voice and a writing voice. They need to have a strong voice, if possible varied in tones, themes, moods, and muse.
“I wrote the book because as a political journalist it is my duty to write as truthfully as I can about what is considered the first draft of history,” says Tavleen Singh.
“The urgency to bring the economy back to growth will make us go back to the previous state in no time,” says Ankur Bisen, author of Wasted.
Though I have just surrendered to the sway of this fast food, I’m not a convert yet. I still feel like a pariah, standing on the fringes, watching the noodle-eating community make merry, while I choose to perspire.
This story is not only about ravaged women, it is about the attempt to extinguish their spirit, about the limits of endurance, the depraved side of humanity, and of astonishing resilience.
It’s taken a virus for a neighbourhood to make connections.
At the risk of sounding cynical, I’m not sure the rosy picture of one big family rallying together to face these critical times, is realistic, however appealing it may be.
On this International Women’s Day, here is a must-read list that shouts out aloud that you can’t keep a woman down. She rises. Always.
Archana Pai Kulkarni reviews Prajna by Mira Manek, a book that focusses on the attainment of intuitive wisdom.
Archana Pai Kulkarni pens a list of the most anticipated books of the year 2020 that have been written by women.
Check out these three books that explore how to dissolve the barriers that prevent creative impulses from finding expression.
From The Far Field by Madhuri Vijay to Incidental Inventions by Elena Ferrante Andrea, here are 50 books by women writers, published in 2019, that you must read.