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1955-2004

“The conceptual genesis of WRITERS WORKSHOP was in 1955. Immediately on passing M. A. in English Literature from Calcutta University in 1953, I joined St Xavier’s College, Calcutta, as Lecturer in the Department of English. Among my students in the 1st year B. A. were Kewlian Sio and Deb Kumar Das, both writing poems and stories. I decided to form a writers’ group. The plan materialised in 1958 when Pradip Sen, Jai Ratan, Amita Desai and William Hull joined, and […]

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Of Nooks and Cloisters

Author: Chandni Kapur Pages: 40Year of Publication: 2019Price: Rs 150ISBN:978-93-5045-197-7 (9789350451977) About the AuthorChandni Kapur is the author of seven books of poetry – Reflections (1992), Lurking Shadows (1997), Embers, Ash & Dust (1999), Karma (2001), The Looking Glass (2004), The Other Face (2009) and Timeless Interludes (2013) – all published by Writers Workshop, India, with whom she has been associated with for nearly thirty years. She holds an MBA and has over twenty years of leadership experience in non-profit and corporate sectors in India and Singapore. At present, she is based in Dubai where […]

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Chairman Mao Didn’t Brush and Other Poems

Author: Michael Chacko Daniels Illustrators: Aaron Bass and Krittika Ramanujan Pages: 212 Year of Publication: 2018 Price: Rs 400 / $ 25 ISBN: 978-93-5045-182-3 (9789350451823) About the Author Michael Chacko Daniels lives and writes in San Francisco. He grew up in Bombay, where he attended St. Michael’s High School, Wilson College, and University of Bombay’s Department of Economics. He has a master’s from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism.  His adventures in the United States include five years as a Volunteer In Service To America […]

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The Concept of Equality

Author: Susmita Bhattacharya  Pages: 244 Year of Publication: First published 2002, second edition 2018 Price: Rs 500 ISBN: 978-93-5045-170-0 (9789350451700) About the Author: Susmita Bhattacharya was born in Calcutta in 1947. She received a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Poona University in 1975. Her thesis, ‘A Critical Study of the Concept of Equality’ was awarded the university’s Gurudev Ranade Damle Prize. With a scholarship from AJC Bose College in Calcutta, she passed her B. Ed. in 1989. Dr. Bhattacharya combines her academic and social interests with […]

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Selected Poems

Author: Susmita Bhattacharya  Pages: 148 Year of Publication: First published 1999, Revised and enlarged second edition 2010, Revised and enlarged third edition 2017 Price: Rs 300 ISBN: 978-93-5045-166-3 (9789350451663) About the Author: Susmita Bhattacharya was born in Calcutta in 1947. She received a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Poona University in 1975. Dr. Bhattacharya has written several poetry collections. Her Bengali volumes include Karir Pahar Harer Pahar and Purushottamer Sange Pancham Sakshatkar. Her English volumes, in translation, comprise Lost Atlantis and Other Poems (Writers Workshop, India, 1995) and Dark (Sanbun, Delhi, 2004). Apart from […]

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Savages and Other Neighbours

Author: Michael Chacko Daniels Pages: 636 Year of Publication: 2017 Price: Rs 1000 / $40 ISBN: 978-93-5045-142-7 (9789350451427) About the Author: Michael Chacko Daniels is a former community worker and clown who grew up in Mumbai and now lives in San Francisco. Writers Workshop, India, has published six of his books: Split in Two (poetry, 2004), Anything Out of Place Is Dirt (novel, 2004), That Damn Romantic Fool (novel, 2005), Morning in Santiniketan (haiku, 2010), The Mendonҫa Mystery and Other Stories (short stories, […]

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The Flea-Driven Traveler & Fifty-One Senryu, Haiku, Haibun

Author: Michael Chacko Daniels Pages: 128 Year of Publication: 2016 Price: Rs 150 / $25 ISBN: 978-93-5045-135-9 (9789350451359) About the Author: Michael Chacko Daniels is a former community worker and clown who grew up in Mumbai. Writers Workshop, India, has published five of his books: Split in Two (poetry, 2004), Anything Out of Place Is Dirt (novel, 2004), That Damn Romantic Fool (novel, 2005), Morning in Santiniketan (haiku, 2010) and The Mendonҫa Mystery and Other Stories (short stories, 2014). He worked as a publisher and […]

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M D Rāmanāthan

Author: P. Ravikumar Translator: M. Dakshinamurthy Pages: 96 Year of Publication: 2015 Price: Rs 200 ISBN: 978-93-5045-097-0 (9789350450970) About the Author: Born in 1952, P. Ravikumar has written two long poems and many articles. His first poem, Em Dee Rāmanāthan, appeared in 2004, and his second, Nachiketas, in 2009. The Hindi translation of Nachiketas was published in 2013. Ravikumar is also a music critic and journalist and was on the editorial board of the Keralakaumudi daily. He is now the Literary Editor of the […]

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British Ghosts and Occult India

Description: Author: K. R. N. Swamy and Meera Ravi (edited) Pages: 208 Year of Publication: 2004 Price: HB Rs 350, FB Rs 300 ISBN: HB 81-8157-284-X (818157284X) FB 81-8157-285-8 (8181572858) About the Editors: Born in 1930, K. R. N. Swamy has been a prolific freelance writer, specializing in India’s historical heritage since the 1950s. He has published two other books with Writers Workshop, India – After Ambassadors, Before Dukes and The Mughal Peacock Throne. His Mughals, Maharajas and the Mahatma […]

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Writing Short Stories: A Guide to Mastering the Craft

Description: Author: Suseela P. Ravi Pages: 116 Year of Publication: 2009 Price: HB Rs 250, FB Rs 200 ISBN: HB 978-81-8157-921-8 (9788181579218) FB 978-81-8157-922-5 (9788181579225)About the Author: Suseela Panda Ravi is a physician who practised in the United States for thirty years and returned to India in 2004. She attended creative writing workshops at Stanford University for two years. Her fiction has appeared in e-journals like Muse India and in magazines such as Katha Kshetre and India Currents. She received […]

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