Mini Krishnan edits translations for Oxford University Press sourcing fiction, plays, travelogues, autobiographies and biographies from 16 Indian languages. She served as Member, Indian Literature Abroad, a Ministry of Culture initiative to promote Indian writers in six UNESCO languages and as PAC Member, National Translation Mission (2006-2013); she was the Founding Editor of the South Asia Women Writers Website hosted by the British Council (2004-6) and Project Editor, Modern Indian Novels in Translation (Macmillan India ,37 volumes,1992-2000 ). Charles Wallace Awardee twice and Advisor to The Hindu (1992-1998).
MK is the Series Editor of Living in Harmony (classes 1-10) India’s first Peace Education programme for schools. She was member, Peace Education, NCERT, (NCF 2005) ; member, Curriculum Advisory Board 2006-2009) and contributes regularly to Teacher Plus.
She writes two monthly columns for The Hindu: (1) This Word for That in the Literary Review on Translation and (2) Ethics & You in Education Plus.