Writing Places

Texts, Rhythms, Images

Edited by Arunava Sinha

Writing Places

Edited by Arunava Sinha

Distributed for Seagull Books

240 pages | 72 color plates | 6 x 7 1/2
Paper $24.50 ISBN: 9780857427328 Published January 2020 World sales rights except India
There are many ways to travel between India and the UK in general, and Calcutta and Norwich in particular. You could take a plane and then the bus or the train, or perhaps a taxi. You could even sail. But what if you traveled via literature instead? In Writing Places you will find such a journey. This collection draws together stories, poems, photographs, memoirs, confessions, and investigations from some of the most imaginative writers and photographers working in the UK and India today to create a journey between the two lands that you can savor with your mind, heart, and even body. A unique work for armchair travelers, Writing Places lets us move between two countries that share a long history in a first-of-its-kind collection of words and images.
 
Contents
Introduction: Arunava Sinha, Your Ticket
1 Encounter: Lucy Hughes-Hallet, The Gentleman of Bengal
2 Fiction: Pia Ghosh-Roy, A Table Two Feet in Diameter
3 Poetry: Tiffany Atkinson, Six Poems and a Postscript
4 Gallery: Parni Ray, light.together
5 Memoir: Vesna Goldsworthy, Hare Street
6 Confession: Somrita Urni Ganguly, A Phenotype
7 History: Shreya Sen-Handley, The Bourne Legacy
8 Investigation: Sreedevi Nair, Creating the Third: Writing, Places and Translation
9 Fiction: Sara Bower, Have You Called Your Family Today?
10 Poetry: Mandakranta Sen, Norwich Diary
11 Gallery: Chirodeep Chaudhuri and Jerry Pinto, In the City, a Library
12 Fiction: Paramita Satpathy Tripathy, The Girl From a Foreign Land
13 History: Kate Griffin, Sacred Plants
14 Fiction: Shirsho Bandyopadhyay, April Fool
15 Memoir: Anjali Joseph, Eastern Front
16 Gallery: Sarah Hickson, Something Has Already Happened
17 Fiction: Samit Basu, Peregrine Falguni
18 Investigation: Duncan Large, Translation, Place and Space
Notes on Contributors
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