“Tiger” has won a Pushcart Prize!
“A Pushcart Prize selection is one of the very best things that could happen to a writer,” noted Charles Wright. The series has published the best of the small presses since 1976. “Tiger” appears in its 37th volume: 2013 Pushcart Prize XXXVII. It was originally published by One Story.
Freud’s Blind Spot: 23 Original Essays on Cherished, Estranged, Lost, Hurtful, Hopeful, Complicated Siblings is published by Free Press. The collection is edited by Elisa Albert (How This Night Is Different, 2006; The Book of Dahlia, 2008), and includes Nalini’s essay “Who Will Save Us Now?” Other contributors are Steve Almond, Daphne Beal, Nat Bennett, Miranda Beverly-Whittemore, James Canon, T Cooper, Lauren Grodstein, Nellie Hermann, Joanna Hershon, Etgar Keret, Victor LaValle, Vestal McIntyre, Jay Baron Nicorvo, Mary Norris, Eric Orner, Peter Orner, Angela Pneuman, Margo Rabb, Edward Schwarzschild, Robert Anthony Siegel, Faith Soloway, Jill Soloway, and Rebecca Wolff.
“Tiger” was published in the 150th issue of One Story. Click here to read more about it.
AIDS Sutra: Untold Stories from India is published in India (Random House India), the U.K. (Vintage UK), and the United States (Anchor Books), respectively, in collaboration with Avahan, the India AIDS initiative of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Nalini’s essay “Love in the Time of Positives” is the last in a diverse collection of true stories about people affected by the epidemic in India and by the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS. Other contributors include Kiran Desai, Salman Rushdie, Sonia Faleiro, and William Dalrymple. Proceeds from the sale of the book will benefit children affected by HIV/AIDS in India. Click here to read more about it.
What You Call Winter is released in paperback by Anchor Books.
“On the Side of the Road,” a short story, appears in Elle India.
What You Call Winter will be published in India by HarperCollins India! The book has gone to press and should be out by the end of October. Nalini will take a quick trip to India in November and will give at least two readings there, one as part of Celebrate Bandra on November 22, and another with PEN India, currently scheduled for November 19.
What You Call Winter, a collection of linked stories set in a fictional suburb of Mumbai, has been published by Knopf. Check the events listings for readings!