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PODCAST: The Only One In The Room – SUNDAY EDITION: Madhushree Ghosh Is The Only One Who Negotiates Social Justice Issues With Food

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sunday-edition-madhushree-ghosh-is-the-only-one-who/id1457399201?i=1000581278609

PODCAST: Desi Books, Ep 75 w/ Madhushree Ghosh, Anjali Enjeti, Aruni Kashyap,   https://anchor.fm/desibooks/episodes/Desi-Books-Ep-75-w-Madhushree-Ghosh–Anjali-Enjeti–Aruni-Kashyap-e1ibn4c/a-a7tdpv4

17 Books From Independent Publishers You Need To Read This Summer, BuzzFeed News,  https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/wendyjfox/17-books-from-smaller-presses-to-read-this-summer

Author Madhushree Ghosh explains how oiling her hair has become an inextricable part of her Bengali identity, Vogue Online,  https://www.vogue.in/culture-and-living/content/indian-immigrant-madhushree-ghosh-holds-on-to-her-memories-of-home-through-jabakusum-oil

“Community garden helps immigrants put down roots” Madhushree Ghosh, ocregister.com, May 2022, https://www.ocregister.com/2022/05/26/community-garden-helps-immigrants-put-down-roots/

“Hungry? The new memoir from San Diego author Madhushree Ghosh serves up a banquet of life experiences” Karla Peterson, SDUnionTribune.com, April 2022, https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/columnists/story/2022-04-02/column-hungry-the-new-memoir-from-san-diego-author-madhushree-ghosh-serves-up-a-banquet-of-life-experiences

“Chicago Review of Books: 12 Must-Read Books of April,” Editorial Staff, chireviewofbooks.com, April 2022, https://chireviewofbooks.com/2022/04/01/12-must-read-books-of-april-22/

“15 New Books by Women of Color You Should Buy This Women’s History Month,” Rebecca Freund, sheknows.com, March 2022, https://www.sheknows.com/entertainment/slideshow/2544410/new-2022-books-women-of-color/

“Kirkus Book Review,” Kirkusreviews.com, February 2022, https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/madhushree-ghosh/khabaar-ghosh/

“Ms Magazine 2022 Most Anticipated Books for The Rest of Us,” Karla J. Strand, Ms. Magazine, February 2022, https://msmagazine.com/2022/02/07/most-anticipated-feminist-books-women-lgbtq-writers-reads-for-the-rest-of-us-2022/

“Questionnaires and Interviews – This is 51,” Sari Botton, Oldster Magazine, January 2022, https://oldster.substack.com/p/this-is-51-madhushree-ghosh-responds

“22 Books to read in 2022 by South Asian authors,” Brown Girl Bookshelf, December 2021, https://twitter.com/browngbookshelf/status/1475874967694815241

Flavours of the Past, Dreams of the Future: Food and Memory | JLF Toronto 2022 Youtube Channel,  https://youtu.be/9fWiST7I5d8

Madhushree Ghosh discussing Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things, Desibooks.co Youtube Channel,  https://youtu.be/0OGRyQqRtGQ

Madhushree Ghosh discussing KHABAAR w/Adrienne Brodeur, Warwicks Books Youtube Channel,  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jr3IB_UDI3U

Launch Event

Presented by The Center for Fiction, New York

Uncomfortable Conversations

Workshop with Leigh Shulman

Featured on PBS News Hour

Capturing the horror and hope of India’s recent

COVID-19 surge from afar

Jun 7, 2021 6:40 PM EDT

COVID-19 has torn across India with a deadly ferocity. While infection numbers have dropped from their horrific peaks last month, more than 120,000 new cases were reported on Monday. All the while, Indians living in the U.S. have raced to help friends and family contending with the outbreak. Here are some of their stories, in their own words.

Literary Representation

Dana Newman Literary Agency
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Los Angeles, Los Angeles County 90067, USA

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Publisher, "Khabaar: An Immigrant Journey of Food, Memory and Family"

University of Iowa Press
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Ph: 800-621-2736

uipress@uiowa.edu