Colour Matters?:The Truth That No One Wants to See, chronicles instances in a manner that coaxes the reader to think why the colour of the skin dictates how we behave/misbehave in life.
Namesake is the first novel written by Jhumpa Lahiri whose debut collection of short stories, Interpreter of Maladies, won the Pulitzer Prize in 2000.
Writing remains a vehicle for social change owing to the collective understanding one receives by learning about different experiences and perspectives.
Kalpana Sharma’s The Silence and The Storm is an important addition to the many voices that talk about the challenges faced by women in our country.
The book ‘Ants Among Elephants’ is a powerful semi autobiographical work of Sujatha Gidla as she traces the struggles of the 'untouchables' to assert her identity and agency amidst the turbulent times of nation building.
Womxn of unheard voices and unsung praises are at the heart of Bernardine Evaristo’s 2019 Booker Prize-winning novel ‘Girl, Woman, Other’.
Forsaken: An AIDS Memoir by Alexandre Bergamini, translated by Renuka George will take you through the marginalization and social stigmatization of seropositive homosexuals, and how it has semblances with contemporary India.
Baburao Bagul’s anthology Jevha Mi Jaat Chorli Hoti (When I Hid My Caste) that heralded a brave new voice in the Dalit literary sphere.
“Staying Alive: Women, Ecology, and Development” written by Vandana Shiva, encompasses the understanding of ‘eco-feminism’ and its feminist interpretations.
With Ash on Their Faces: Yezidi Women and the Islamic State by Cathy Otten is an honest account of women surviving through the ISIS’s regime in Iraq.