Meet upcoming and well-known women writers in India, talking about their work as published authors, writing challenges and their journey while writing in India.
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“I Write Therefore I Am” Rwituja Gomes Mookherjee, Author Of The Month, February 2018

Rwituja Gomes Mookherjee's writing explores the various identities of a woman while she draws experience from her own life as well those of other women.

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“Writing, For Me… A Never Ending Journey Of Self-Discovery” Kalpana Manivannan, Author Of The Month, February 2018
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Kalpana Manivannan believes that gender inequality is the main reason for misogyny. Her writing explores these facets as a parent, and as a woman in India.

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“For Me, Writing Is As Basic As Breathing”: Vijayalakshmi Harish, Author Of The Month, February 2018
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A champion for 'diverse voices' and someone who loves writing stories where 'women win', Vijayalakshmi Harish can't envision a Universe where she isn't writing!

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A MONSTER List Of Women Writers Rewriting Indian Epics, Re-Defining Familiar Characters And Narratives
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Rewriting Indian epics done by these women writers have brought to us the stories of women and other minor characters in these stories. A MONSTER list for you.

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At Jaipur Litfest, Helen Fielding Tells Us Why Bridget Jones Still Matters Today

Bridget Jones' Diary was a big hit back when it came out in 1996. Does the resonance with the audience still hold? Here's what I found.

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Taking The Popsugar Reading Challenge In 2018? Slay It With This Feminist Booklist
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Doing the Popsugar Reading Challenge 2018? Here's a fabulous booklist about women by women, for doing a feminist reading challenge variation for 2018.

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