MANJU KAPUR EDITS ANTHOLOGY OF ESSAYS BY WOMEN WRITERS

Indian novelist Manju Kapur, whose work has featured on various occasions on this blog, has just published an anthology of essays, edited by her and signed by 24 contemporary women writers from the subcontinent. The New Indian Express for 27 July 2014 includes a brief interview with the novelist by Supriya Sharma, ‘Gender Figures Because You Write From Who You Are’:

 newindianexpress.com/lifestyle/books/%E2%80%98Gender-Figures-Because-You-Write-From-Who-You-Are%E2%80%99/2014/07/27/article2347090.ece

 Kapur names Jane Austen as one of her favourite writers, and advises intending novelists: ‘Read like mad and write every day’.

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