SHINIE ANTONY

SHINIE ANTONY

Shinie Antony has written short-story collections Barefoot and Pregnant, The Orphanage For Words, and novels When Mira Went Forth and Multiplied, A Kingdom for his Love. She has compiled the anthologies Why We Don’t Talk, An Unsuitable Woman and Boo. Co-founder of the Bangalore Literature Festival and director of the Bengaluru Poetry Festival, her story A Dog’s Death won the Commonwealth Short Story Asia prize in 2003. The Girl Who Couldn’t Love, published by Speaking Tigeris her latest novel.

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