Sabotage is a collection of short stories. They deal with politics of all genres of class, regions, ideologies and human relationships, embedded in the reality of voiceless submergence. Literary craftsmanship is combined here with a sensitivity of perception that is pan-Indian.
Anita Agnihotri was born and brought up in Kolkata, and has authored over 30 books. Forest Interludes, a collection of her journals and short stories, has been selected for international language translation by the Indian Literature Abroad project and has been translated into English and Swedish. Her collection of short stories, "17" won the Economist Crossword Translation Award for 2011.
Arunava Sinha translates classic, modem and contemporary Bengali fiction and nonfiction into English, and has been published in the UK and US. Twice the winner of the Crossword translation award, he has also been shortlisted for The Independent Foreign Fiction prize (2009) for his translation of Chowringhee. He was born and grew up in Kolkata, and lives and writes in New Delhi.
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