Prayaag Akbar was the editor-in-chief of the Sunday Guardian, and then assistant editor at Scroll.in. His first novel, Leila, has been shortlisted for the Hindu Prize 2017,
If Goa was a person, by 2017 it’s wearing MC Hammer pants, neon sunglasses, and shouting out, “It’s GOAH! Time.” It wasn’t always like that.
Gender-ventions, a series of public performances revolving around the notions of gender, identity and space, was born in 2014 out of its creator and co-director,
Queer in the City revolves around the experiences of Naina with love, sex, community and bigotry after returning to the city in which she grew up.
Instagram has emerged as a safe space for people to share their lives, and especially so for the Indian LGBTQI community who remain under the rule of the archaic Section 377,
Nilanjana Roy is a prolific writer who runs one of India’s most respected book review websites. She is also the author of several novels including The Wildlings and The Hundred Name of Darkness.