Archive for the tag Books

Book Review : “Quarantine” by Rahul Mehta

Quarantine, the short story after which the novel is named, features a man who is still bitter towards his grandfather for being ungrateful and insensitive to his mother, the only person in the family who takes care of him.

Mumbai Book Launch : Close, Too Close

Celebrate the genres of contemporary queer literature and erotica with readings from the book followed by a panel discussion featuring Meenu & Shruti, editors, Close , Too Close in conversation with Kaizaad Kotwal - writer, designer and director of award winning play "Vagina Monologues" & Roy Wadia- Executive Director, "Heroes Project".

Book Launch : Close, Too Close

We are pleased to announce the book launch of Close, Too Close: The Tranquebar Book of Queer Erotica. The book has been co-edited by Meenu Pandey, Program Coordinator, Knowledge and Scholarship, CREA.

QI Book Club : Kari

Kari is a graphic novel by Amruta Patil about an eponymous character, who is very easy to fall in love with for a somewhat femme, mostly chapstick-lesbian.

Queer Ink Book Club

The second meet is already upon us, and it's exactly what any reader would dream to do - hold a discussion with the author about the story they've written, right after they've read it.

Interview : Author, Vivek Shraya

I feel like everyday the book surprises me. Last year it was nominated for a Lambda Literary Award and was picked up by several post-secondary institutions as a text book. Consequently, the first run sold out in just a little over a year and I am currently getting ready for the release of the second edition which features a new story and illustration.

Queer Ink Book Club

Queer Ink is starting a book club, which will take books, stories, poetry, and pretty much any written word that catches our fancy and infuse it with meaning that's alternative and queer.

Book Review: Homosexuality in Islam

Scott Kugle’s Homosexuality in Islam, is a must read for Queer people of all faiths (not just Muslims) and also for feminists, atheists and other minorities that challenge patriarchy.
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