Christopher MacLehose describes how he came to publish An Atlas of Impossible Longing.
Anuradha Roy describes the process of writing and publishing An Atlas of Impossible Longing.
Our March book on our Year of Adventurous Reading is Anuradha Roy's An Atlas of Impossible Longing. Step this way for reading group resources!
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