Non-Fiction



Romancing the Rains, BLINK

How to Talk About Indian Racism, The Hindu

"Guwahati's Cosmetic Development", New York Times/ India Ink

"The Unsafe Augusts of Assam", Open Magazine

"Assam's Disappeared, India's Shame", The Hindu

"Know Thy Neighbour, On the Bangladeshi literary giant Humayun Ahmed", Caravan Magazine

An Abduction that Changed Assamese Literature, Open Magazine

"Introduction", The Bronze Sword of Thengphakhri Tehsildar by Indira Goswami, translated from Asomiya by Aruni Kashyap, published by Zubaan Books. An excerpt published in The Hindu

The Fiction of Assamese Augusts, Seminar Magazine

"The Moydanav of poetry could turn the familiar into unfamiliar : On Assamese poet Hiren Bhattarcharya", The Sunday Guardian

The Peripheral Imagination : Writing the 'Invisible India', CNN-IBN

THE THING : IN 1995 A FAMILY IN ASSAM MOVES INTO A HOUSE ONLY TO BE PLAGUED BY SOMETHING UNSEEN.

Ordinary Lives, Extraordinary Stories : Ashapurna Debi's fiction, Seven Sisters' Post

No Separatist Treatise : Parag Kumar Das's Sanglot Fenla, Seven Sisters' Post

Chimamanda Adichie's Fiction and India's Northeast, Seven Sisters' Post

Why is Indira Goswami 'Great'?, Seven Sisters' Post

Indira Goswami : A Beloved Daughter of Assam, writer, and peacemaker, The Hindu

Rapes Show the Extent of Prejudice Against India's Northeast, The Guardian (UK)

India Needs Talks for Assam's Peace, The Guardian (UK)