Posts by: Team Juggernaut

Keya Ghosh, author of Terror @ Twelve stories, on supernatural experiences and ghosts.

How to Kill a Billionaire author Rajesh Talwar on how Delhi courts gave him enough fodder to write a crime novel

Read an excerpt from As The Day Darkens, by Tamil writer Ambai, introducing her detective Sudha Gupta.

NONFICTION Disturbing, powerful and evocative, this is an extraordinary work In the winter of 2014, Arundhati Roy and actor John Cusack met Edward Snowden and Daniel Ellsberg, the Snowden of the 1960s. Their conversations touched on some of the great themes of our times – the nature of the state, surveillance in...

  Do you write everyday? Where and when do you write? Writing is thinking through small and hard problems for me; being aware of one’s surroundings and emotions. In a way, I’m always in this meditative zone. After I’ve thought through a problem or an emotion or a set of them, the physical act of recording these...

She stared at her made-up face. Her reflection at the full-length mirror stared right back at her. “Not bad, not at all.” Especially for someone above 45. ‘Kirti Ma’am, this colour really suits you, and with such a gorgeous look, you don’t seem a day over 35.’ The woman at the parlour had remarked, after...

Juggernaut is proud to bring you books from Readomania, an independent Indian publisher that nurtures and showcases diverse new writers from across India. Its anthology of stories based on Indian women who fight back, Defiant Dreams: Tales of Everyday Divas (available on the Juggernaut app here), was selected for...

HOW TO SUBMIT Two sample chapters, a synopsis – that’s all we require! We’ve streamlined our submissions process so that your work can be read directly by our editors. Send an email to one of our editors below depending on the genre you’re writing in. Please send only one submission at a time to one address...

‘And it’s you who, when surprised by two hundred Malay pirates near Singapore, with your seven soldiers, threw the pirates into the sea?’ ‘That’s me.’

Nandini Nayar, author of Don't Tell Your Mother, on writing about monsters and childhood