Book Review: Coming Out as Dalit by Yashica Dutt|A Memoir|

Many of us have the privilege (and the audacity) to say that tragedies associated with Dalit lives are just news to us. We read about them during our morning tea or a passing glance to a news update on our phones. No matter what we say, the lack of knowledge among masses and representation inContinue reading “Book Review: Coming Out as Dalit by Yashica Dutt|A Memoir|”

Book Review: The Epic City by Kushanava Choudhury|Calcutta through the author’s perspective

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Everything that could possibly be wrong with a city was wrong with Calcutta. When Kushanava Choudhury arrived in New Jersey at the age of twelve, he had already migrated halfway around the world four times. After graduating from Princeton, he moved back to the region his immigrant parents had abandoned, to aContinue reading “Book Review: The Epic City by Kushanava Choudhury|Calcutta through the author’s perspective”

Book Review: Good Talk by Mira Jacob|A Memoir in Conversations|

Blurb (as on Goodreads): A bold, wry, and intimate graphic memoir about American identity, interracial families, and the realities that divide us, from the acclaimed author of The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing. “By turns hilarious and heart-rending, it’s exactly the book America needs at this moment.”—Celeste Ng “Who taught Michael Jackson to dance?” “Is that howContinue reading “Book Review: Good Talk by Mira Jacob|A Memoir in Conversations|”

Book Review: If I had to tell it Again by Gayatri Prabhu

If I had to Tell it Again Author: Gayatri Prabhu Publication: Harper Collins Genre: Memoir Blurb (as on Goodreads): From the aftermath of a death emerges this pioneering memoir of a daughter’s difficult love for a flawed, passionate, larger-than-life father. If I Had to Tell It Again is a tapestry of conflicting memories of clinicalContinue reading “Book Review: If I had to tell it Again by Gayatri Prabhu”