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Manasi Subramaniam is Executive Editor and Head of Literary Rights at Penguin Random House India
The Silence of Scheherazade:
Defne Suman in conversation with Manasi Subramaniam
Turkish novelist Defne Suman’s magical novel Silence of Scheherazade tells the intertwining story of a Levantine, a Greek, a Turkish and an Armenian family in the turbulent years 1905 - 1922, told through the voice of a mysterious narrator, mute ‘Scheherazade’. In conversation with Manasi Subramaniam, the author speaks of this unforgettable story of a forgotten time and of the stories behind the stories.
A Burning: Writing and Resistance
Megha Majumdar in conversation with Manasi Subramaniam
Megha Majumdar’s dazzling debut novel A Burning examines the aspirations, heartbreaks and tragedies of three tangled lives in present day Kolkata. She speaks with editor Manasi Subramaniam about her new book, literary fiction and the craft of writing.