Posts Tagged ‘veena muthuraman’

Kohinoor: The Story of the World’s Most Infamous Diamond – William Dalrymple & Anita Anand ‘Kohinoor’ is a scintillating history of the world’s most famous diamond. Tracing the bloody history of this ‘cursed’ diamond, William Dalrymple and Anita Anand weave an engaging narrative dispelling the many myths that surround this...

Veena Muthuraman speaks to R. Sivapriya about writing fiction around demonetisation, and how characters find new ways to deal with it.

Veena Muthuraman writes about translating Malayalam writer Benyamin's Kumari Devi, her first translation ever.

We asked  Veena Muthuraman, author of A Place of No Importance to tell us about her writing process and what influences her writing. Here’s what she had to say: Do you write everyday? When and where do you write? I’d like to write everyday and get to Trollopian levels of discipline in doing so but I come nowhere...

This week we’re excited to share the cover for a fabulous collection of short stories by Veena Muthuraman – A Place of No Importance  Beginning with the month of Aipasi, Veena Muthuraman tells a story set in each month of the Tamil calendar. As a year unfolds, we get to know Ayyanarpatti: to the world, a small...