Sweta discusses her creative process, multiculturalism, writing projects and all the little ways one can make a difference to the world.
Urvashi Butalia opens up about the challenges of running a feminist publishing house, among other things.
Tiwari discusses the convergence of different art forms, his creative process and the publishing scene in India, among other things
In an exclusive interview Jayant reveals more about what writing the book was like, his experiences as an actor and his passion for trying out new things
Orijit Sen is widely regarded as one of the most influential names in the comics scene in India. The author of India’s first graphic novel, River Of Stories, a graduate from NID and the co-founder of People’s Tree, Orijit Sen is involved with several exhibition and museum design projects in India, the United Kingdom and Russia.
Kanchana Banerjee discusses writing on domestic abuse and adultery & talks about today’s publishing scene
Interview number one from the specially curated ‘Interview Series’ that Open Road Review is doing with the ‘Kumaon Literary Festival’ … More
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Kadak is a team of eight incredibly talented South Asian women who engage with graphic storytelling as a means to … More
Jeet Thayil is a pretty fascinating guy. Tall, thin and bald, he looks almost ageless. He calls poets “horribly twisted … More