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DJINN PATROL ON THE PURPLE LINE BY DEEPA ANAPPARA

(PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE INDIA)

“My life as a writer hasn’t changed much, beyond the fact that I don’t feel comfortable sitting in a coffee shop or library to write for long periods, as I used to before. But I do feel anxious about my loved ones, and this can sometimes mean I am slower in my work.”

PRELUDE TO A RIOT: A NOVEL BY ANNIE ZAIDI

(ALEPH BOOK COMPANY)

“I have not written much beyond a few articles during the pandemic, and even that has been done somewhat reluctantly. Writing is solitary, but the solitariness must be free of other external pressures. But in general, moments of personal or social upheaval are bad for the creative process.”

CHOSEN SPIRITS BY SAMIT BASU

(SIMON SCHUSTER INDIA)

“I think the full-time novelist’s routines have probably changed least among

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