Yearly Archives: 2019

Why I wrote Invisible Men

This evening, Firstpost published a piece which carried videos by five of my interviewees, Gee Imaan Semmalar – who gave me consent to quote him, but declined a direct interview – and the partner of one of my interviewees. As

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Beyond Binary

(An edited version of this interview appeared in India Today, Jan 28 issue) Photo Credit: Vinay Aravind When did you decide that you wanted this (your initial thesis) to become a larger book? The book started off as a long-form

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5 reasons why Invisible Men has to be your new woke guide

(Reproduced from the website, from which this piece has been removed.) When Nandini Krishnan first set out to write Invisible Men, she walked in with her own limitations in understanding, both in terms of the topic at hand and in the direction

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No one who has ever loved a book could burn another

  Courtesy: Multiple Facebook posts on which I have been tagged. (If someone knows the photographer’s name, please tell me, so I can put in a credit line.) I had said earlier that I would share all reviews, negative or

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