“I think horror and suspense are effects I can work with on a rational level; think through and plot and plan. Most of the time when I write those scenes, I’m grinning with delight at the impact I hope it will have on the reader,” says author Krishna Udayasankar.
Magical Women is the weird child of my procrastination and ambition. I wanted to forge India’s first feminist fantasy anthology and somehow this wild dream actually became reality. And I have always been curious to know what this bookish adventure was like for my coven of literary witches.
Krishna Udayasankar remembers wanting to be a writer ever since she could read, which was before she could speak. Although…