കാവലം ഒരു മണ്ണ് അല്ല – Putting Kerala on the Literary Map
Johny Miranda, Unni R with CK Meena
Johny Miranda is a writer of Malayalam fiction and an artist who lives in Kochi, Kerala. He is considered as one of the most original voices in contemporary Malayalam fiction with a superb mastery over the craft. He has six published novels/ novellas and around 20 stories to his credit. Nananja Mannadarukal (Wet Mound Layers) is his latest fiction published in July this year by Eka, An Imprint of Westland Publications. Oxford University Press, New Delhi published one of his novels in
English – Requiem tor the Living. His works include – 'Puzhayude Paryayam', 'Vishudha Likhithangal, 'Pushpa' and ' Jeevichirikkunnavarkkuvendiyulla Oppees.
Bio coming soon.
C.K. Meena is a Bangalore-based journalist and author who worked in The City Tab and Deccan Herald. She co-founded the Asian College of Journalism (ACJ) in Bangalore, where she taught for six years. Since 2000, when ACJ moved to Chennai, she has been a freelance — teaching journalism in local colleges and writing features and columns for various publications. Her fortnightly column "City Lights" ran in the Bangalore Metro Plus supplement of The Hindu for 14 years. Dronequill has published three of her novels: Black Lentil Doughnuts, Dreams for the Dying, and Seven Days to Somewhere, as well as a book on adoption which she co-authored. A travelogue is with the publishers and she is now working on a book on disability and inclusion in India.