Wolves and other stories, Bhuwaneshwar, Seagull Books, Spring 2021

Traces of Boots on Tongue, Rajkamal Chaudhary, forthcoming from Seagull Books, Fall 2022

Books (co-editor)
VIth Colloque International De Pathographie, co-editor, published by De Boccard, Paris, September 2017.

Monthly experimental column titled Neem, Coal Tar for Kindle magazine (April 2015-August 2016)

Miscellaneous (selected)

Translation as Séance: Saudamini Deo on Forgotten Hindi Authors, interview about my ongoing translation project, Asymptote Journal

Falling from the cycle, fragment, Qarrtsiluni

Bokeh, fragment, Qarrtsiluni

Tainted Margins I, prose-photo piece, Interfictions

From, To, prose-photo piece, Interfictions

Theatre, translation and photographs, 3:AM Magazine

Mirages of the Mind (book review), Words without Borders

Perhaps, Perhaps, prose-photo piece, Interfictions

Why isn’t Hindi poetry being translated into other languages, including English?, article,

Six brilliant women writers from around the world, article,

After Tomorrow the Days Disappear (book review), 3:AM Magazine

Documentum / Pictures & Words

I Do Not Yet Know if I will Return, a prose-poem in the print issue of Aster(ix) Journal

My Love Peter, prose piece, RIC Journal

The Year in Three Dreams, fragment, RIC Journal

In the War Room with the Unknown, poem, RIC Journal

The Disappearance, (co-author), short story, RIC Journal

Franz Kafka’s use of insomnia as a literary method ,(co-author), Lancet Neurology

Modern diagnosis of Gustave Flaubert’s death mask, (co-author), Lancet Neurology

The effect of Beckett’s medical readings on his masterpiece ‘Waiting for Godot, (co-author), Lancet Neurology

There’s a reason many more Indians might want to read the works of Clarice Lispector,

A brief journey through India as seen by the French poetic imagination of the 19th century,

Re-reading Bhuvaneshwar, the absurdist Hindi writer who lived in railway stations and trains,

Revisiting the works of Rajkamal Chowdhary, the writer whom Hindi literature could never categorise,

Dineshnandini: The writer who lost more from love and life than she gained from literature,

Reading Gorakh Pandey, the people’s poet who rebelled against his feudal roots,

‘Ugra’: The Hindi writer whose provocative, satirical works had made him more popular than Premchand,

Temporal lobe epilepsy in The Passion According to GH, Lancet Neurology

Why Must Two Works be Compared At All, Words Without Borders

Our Lady of the Forest, Part I, MAP Magazine

Our Lady of the Forest, Part II, MAP Magazine

Rajkamal Chaudhary: A Faded Souvenir of the Forgotten Past, Outlook

Trincomalee, essay forthcoming in Firmament, Vol.2, No.3

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