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Call It Desire: Asha Pandya Interviewed by Shruti Swamy
Book cover of  The Archer by Shruti Swamy featuring an Indian woman dancing in a circle.

A conversation with the author’s mother—the novel’s central inspiration—about dance, desire, and more.

Call It Desire: Asha Pandya Interviewed by Shruti Swamy
Book cover of  The Archer by Shruti Swamy featuring an Indian woman dancing in a circle.

A conversation with the author’s mother—the novel’s central inspiration—about dance, desire, and more.

Political Power: Anjali Enjeti Interviewed by Madhushree Ghosh
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On publishing a novel about the partition of India and an essay collection on living in the South as a South Asian American.

Holding Power Accountable: Shuddhabrata Sengupta Interviewed by Rehan Ansari
A wooden bench in an empty gallery in front of a projected geometric abstraction titled, Undoing Walls, by Raqs Media Collective

A Raqs Media Collective member discusses politics, art, and not making art.

A Voice That Will Carry a Feeling: Sejal Shah Interviewed by Rudri Bhatt Patel
Cover of This Is One Way To Dance by Sejal Shah with yellow background

A memoir that challenges stereotypes, celebrates dance, and reflects on loss.

Issue #151: Chitra Ganesh by Tausif Noor
painting by Chitra Ganesh, acrylic and ink on paper, cat with horns, red skirt

In her paintings, videos, and installations, Ganesh plays with the distinction between art object and artifact, myth and history, to posit alternative, emancipatory futures.

Multiply the Gaze: Karthika Naïr Interviewed by Bibi Deitz
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The poet on her reimagined version of Vyasa’s Mahabharata and the human cost of war.

Privilege is Political: On Madhuri Vijay’s The Far Field by Naheed Patel
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Confronting the violent politics of a homeland.

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