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A Book of Simple Living Jiya Jale Full Tilt Rungli Rungliot The Himalaya Club and Other Entertainments from the Raj

A Little Book of Courage Jiya Jale Rungli Rungliot Beloved Delhi Come As You are

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Fiction


A City Happens in Love Eve out of her Ruins The Diary of a Nobody Yasodhara Those Mag Wom

The Shah of Chicago East of Suez The Yard Half open windowst Garden of Love

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Head of Zeus


Pachinko The Three Body Problem Theo A I Ugly? Calling Us Home

That Glimpse of Truth Atlantis Gene Mischief May we borrow your language Astonishing the Gods

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Children’s


The Crescent Moon Friends in Wild Places Strange Worlds! Strange Times! Jwala Kumar and the Gift of Fire Calling Us Home

A Firefly in the Dark Friends in Wild Places Strange Worlds! Strange Times! Jwala Kumar and the Gift of Fire Calling Us Home
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Poetry


Monk on.a Hill Friends in Wild Places Strange Worlds! Strange Times! Jwala Kumar and the Gift of Fire Calling Us Home

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Speaking Tiger News

“Translation as Adventure, Obsession and Collaboration”

Join us for this week’s #TranslationThursdays session with Sampurna Chattarji, poet, novelist, teacher and translator par excellence. She has eighteen published books to her credit. Her translation of Joy Goswami’s Selected Poems is a Harper Perennial; and Wordygurdyboom! – her translation of Sukumar Ray – is a Puffin Classic. She is currently Poetry Editor of The Indian Quarterly. (more…)

#TranslationThursdays

“Announcing this week’s #TranslationThursdays session with Arunava Sinha, award-winning translator and Associate Professor of Creative Writing, Ashoka University. Arunava Sinha translates classic, modern and contemporary Bengali fiction and nonfiction into English, and from English into Bengali.

Participate in the session and find out how Arunava began his translation journey, as he speaks about “My First Translation”. If you’re looking for some inspiration this week, this is it.

Registration link: https://forms.gle/ToSuqs9nfVKnSSBP9

Thank you, and see you there!


#FUNtasticBookWeekends continues at Storyteller Bookstore!
This Sunday come spend time with Shabnam Minwalla as she does a dramatised book reading of her own book, Nimmi’s Bizuper Birthday.
The book is about Nimmi who is waiting for her birthday and is excited about a new mobile phone, and a party. Of course, it all comes with some disastrous issues including a competition birthday party by someone else! This will be followed by a word game!
5:30 PM onwards this Sunday, register here to attend the session – https://tinyurl.com/y7cp9gha
Powered by Talking Cub / Storyteller Bookstore/ LBB, Kolkata

Reviews

A Cloud Called Bhura: Climate Champions to the Rescue ‘The book is educational without being at all preachy and encourages children to think. It’s a must-read for the new generation.’ Book review of A Cloud Called Bhura: Climate Champions to the Rescue

The Assassination of Indira Gandhi: The Collected Stories ‘Some of [the stories] are truly complex, and some revel in simplicity. What is evident throughout is the humorous and satirical voice of the author. The understated humour freely sprinkled on the pages will not escape your attention. And this satire is serious literary satire… The Assassination of Indira Gandhi- The Collected Stories of Upamanyu Chatterjee is not a light weekend read, but instead needs to be treated like a true classic.’ Book review of The Assassination of Indira Gandhi: The Collected Stories

The Drunk Bird Chronicles ‘One hundred years of pandemonium is the phrase that best describes Malay Chatterjee’s thoroughly enjoyable debut novel… Irreverence and wit keep readers engrossed even as triumph and tragedy unfold, skeletons tumble out of closets, and love, lust, hope and greed keep Braganza and Co. going.’ Book review of The Drunk Bird Chronicles

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