Tag Archives: Man Booker Prize
The author of the Booker Prize-nominated Narcopolis talks to us about making the shortlist, not caring for the critics, and that six-and-a-half page opening sentence.
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Author Jeet Thayil’s Mumbai-based novel has made it to the 2012 Man Booker Prize longlist. Read More »
Glaring omissions in the shortlist released this week, particularly in the non-fiction category, leads us to question the awards that were conceptualised as the Indian equivalent of the Booker and the Pulitzer. Read More »