Bookmarking the Oasis. Forthcoming from Poetrywala
Writing Octopus. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2013
Arriving Shortly. Kolkata: Writers Workshop, 2011.
Seablue Child. Kolkata: the Brown Critique, 2002.
Featured Poems in:
The BloodAxe Anthology of Indian Poets, The Harper Collins Book of English Poetry, Another Country: An Anthology of Post-Independence Poetry in English (Sahitya Akademi), Origami Poetry project, Recours au Poeme, Caravan, Fulcrum, The Little Magazine, Kavya Bharati, Muse India, Prairie Schooner, Sonic Boom, The Dhauli Literary Review.
Table for Four. New Delhi: Penguin, India, 2011.
Short stories:
“Cousin, Newly Acquired” in the Madras Mag
“These Things Happen if You Don’t Watch it” in Wasafiri.
“Game of Asylum Seekers” in Breaking the Bow: Speculative Fiction Inspired by the Ramayana (Edited by Anil Menon and Vandana Singh), Zubaan, 2012
“Sarasu” in Other People: The Sangam House Reader Vol. I”, Sangam House: 2011. (another version of this appeared in the Little Magazine cited below)
“State of Whiteness” in The Shrinking Woman and Other Stories. Bangalore: Unisun, 2009
“How Do I Love Thee?: Let Me Count the Ways”. in The Penguin Book of New Writing From India 2: First Proofs . New Delhi: Penguin, 2006.
“Sarasu” in First Impressions: Stories and Plays Shortlisted for the TLM New Writing Award, 2006 (New Delhi: the Little Magazine, 2006); also in the Little Magazine. Vol. 5, Issue 4, 2004
The Rapids of a Great River: The Penguin Book of Tamil Poetry Penguin Book of Tamil Poetry. (co-edited with Lakshmi Holmstrom and Subashree Krishnaswamy), New Delhi: Penguin India, 2009.
Once there was a girl (translation of a Tamil novel by Vatsala). Kolkata: Writers Workshop, 2012.
The Other Half of the Coconut: Women Writing Self-Respect History. New Delhi: Zubaan, 2002
Short Fiction from South India. (co-edited with Subashree Krishnaswamy). New Delhi: OUP, 2008
Writing Residencies/Grants:
Charles Wallace India Trust writing fellow at the University of Stirling
Sangam house
Yeonhui Art Space in Seoul
Participant in the following Literature Festivals:
Seoul International Writers Festival
Hindu Lit for Life,
Kala Ghoda
Hyderabad Literary festival
Poetry with Prakriti .

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