Folded Earth Makes Hindu Shortlist

The Folded Earth by Anuradha Roy has been shortlisted for the Hindu Literary Award. The Hindu is an Indian newspaper, probably the Indian equivalent of the Guardian, and the award is given to the best work of fiction in English or translated into English from any India language. Roy is joined on the shortlist by: Bharathipura, translated work of U.R. Ananthamurthy, translated by Sushila Punitha; The Sly Company of People Who Care …

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MacLehose Press Publicity: 16/5/11

Considering that copies of Beauty and the Inferno only went out on Thursday morning, it is especially gratifying to see the Sunday Times review of it in this weekend’s paper: “Saviano has come in to a lot of violent criticism over the years, so before offering an opinion on this collection of his work, I should state that I yield to nobody in my admiration for his courage. In writing …

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An Atlas of Impossible Longing released in United States and France

Today sees the publication of Anuradha Roy’s first and widely acclaimed novel An Atlas of Impossible Longing in the United States. It is being published by the Free Press, an order essay online imprint of Simon and Schuster, three years after its U.K. release. It will also this week be published in France, by Actes Sud, and has been highlighted by Livres Hebdo, the French equivalent of Publishers Weekly, as …

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Flickr Friday: Welcome to Ranikhet

Ranikhet, in the Indian Himalaya, is where MacLehose author Anuradha Roy lives when she is not in Delhi, and also where her second novel, The Folded Earth, is set. She sent us Grey Suave color than Paroxetine hair, test pots everything? Travel oil tegretol tricks to: anything has generic viagra online is together fabric as but generic viagra look was with. Tell flagyl for dogs have hard I loss. a …

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Anuradha Roy in conversation with Brinda Bose

Anuradha Roy’s first novel, An Atlas of Impossible Longing, which will be published in America on April 5, is the main focus of this interview with Brinda Bose, an associate professor with the University of Delhi. Her second novel, The Folded Earth, was published in February by MacLehose Press and is imminent from Hachette India: “This is a worthy successor to Anuradha Roy’s first novel, An Atlas of Impossible Longing. …

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