In her thought-provoking, uplifting new novel, Shobhan Bantwal vividly blends the nuances of contemporary Indian-American culture with an unconventional romance. . . 

At thirty-one, Meena Shenoy has a fulfilling career at a New Jersey high-tech firm. Not that it i...
Shobhan Bantwal calls her writing "Bollywood in a Book," romantic, colorful, action-packed tales, rich with elements of Indian culture -- stories that entertain and educate. Her writing career is a "menopausal epiphany...
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 The Shiva Trilogy, written by Amish, is a compelling, fictional tale of a Tibetan tribal called Shiva, whose adventures nearly 4000 years ago, morphed into the mythical legends of the Hindu God Shiva.

 

Amish Tripathi is a 35-year-old IMM educated finance professional fascinated by history, philosophy and the future of human civilisation. The inspiration for The Shiva Trilogy came from years of reading Indian mythology...
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It's that time of the year again! The annual ICT T-20 carnival has come to town. On the agenda this year is more than just cricket as Shaurya Chauhan, the skipper of Capital Cavaliers soon discovers. Shaurya is going through a rough patch. His batting isn't clicking and his captaincy is being questioned, wh...

Vikas Singh is a self-confessed word addict, who obsessively reads anything that comes his way, be it a newspaper or the label on a cough syrup bottle. An Army kid, he spent most of his early life moving from one place t...
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The Seagull And The Urn is a blend of magical realism, fantasy, and science fiction. It centers around a baby, March, who was born with the ability to sing. She also never closes her eyes and can't sleep. As a result, the town wants to perform tests on her, but her parents send her away to live a safer life. As the story progresses, Ma...

Shome Dasgupta is the author of I am here And You Are Gone (Winner Of The 2010 OW Press Fiction Chapbook Contest), and The Seagull And The Urn (HarperCollins India, 2013). His stories and poems have appeared in Puerto De...
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 The NINE Unknown Men are a millennia-old secret society founded by the Indian Emperor Asoka c. 270 BCE. According to legend, upon his conversion to Buddhism after a massacre during one of...

Shobha Nihalani grew up in culturally diverse cities from Kano and Singapore to Mumbai and Antwerp, and then lived in Rochester, Minnesota. She has a degree in business and is a freelance journalist, copywriter
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