“I started my publishing journey by setting the intention to work in publishing myself, to learn the industry from the inside out.”- Pallavi Narayan (Indian Author)1 min read
Team Kitaab is in conversation with Indian author Pallavi Narayan as a part of the South Asian Women Writers Feature.
For the whole of March, we will be featuring South Asian Women Writers on Kitaab. You can read the editor’s note to know more about this.
Today, we are featuring Singapore-based Indian author Pallavi Narayan. Pallavi is the author of Pamuk’s Istanbul: The Self and the City (Routledge 2022, South Asia edition 2023) and co-editor of Singapore at Home: Life across Lines (2021). She was the first Frankfurt Fellow in 2018 from Singapore; the sole CHCI-Mellon Global Humanities Institute Chile translation fellow from Asia in 2019; and a CHCI-GHI Taiwan migration fellow in 2020–21. In 2021, she was named a South Asia Speaks fellow, and in 2021–22 a visiting scholar with KoçUniversity Center for Asian Studies. A 2023 Jalan Besar Fellow with Sing Lit Station, she is developing a new project titled “Food Migrants: South Asia in Singapore.”
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