“My publishing journey has been very funny if I can call it so.” Namrata (Editor/ Author)1 min read
Ronald Tuhin D’Rozario interviews our editor, Namrata talking about women’s writing, editing, and books.
In March, we decided to do a series of interviews with South Asian Women Writers to feature their stories. So far, we have featured 70 women writers and are in the process to feature more. The series received a lot of appreciation and support from the authors and the readers’ community.
One such reader and writer, Ronald Tuhin D’Rozario reached out to our editor, Namrata to interview her about this series and all the other things she does.
To give you a brief background about Ronald Tuhin D’Rozario- He writes stories, poems, and essays. He lives in Calcutta, India. He has works in — Cafe Dissensus Everyday, Narrow Road Literary Journal, Kitaab, The Pangolin Review, The Alipore Post, Alien Buddha Press and ‘Zine, Grey Sparrow Press, The Chakkar, Plato’s Caves online, RIC Journal, Rasa Literary Review, The Walled City Journal, Beyond The Panorama, Verse of Silence, ‘Witness’ an anthology on the poetry of dissent, edited by Nabina Das and published by Red River, Guftugu, Madras Courier, Outlook India, and other places.
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