Anindita Ghose

Anindita Ghose is an Indian author, journalist and editor based in Mumbai. Her debut novel The Illuminated was first published in the Indian subcontinent by 4th Estate Harper Collins. Saloni Sharma on called it “a perfectly timed book” and “non-performatively political”.[1] It has been featured on best fiction lists by The Telegraph,[2] The Times of India,[3] and GQ.[4] Peony Hirwani of The Independent picked Ghose as one of her nine best upcoming authors from India.[5]

Ghose graduated from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and began her career as a journalist at The Times of India. She later joined the editorial staff at Mint and then Vogue India,[6] where she covered stories on art, books, and culture and living, before going on to edit the Saturday magazine, Mint Lounge.[7]

Her journalism has been published in The Guardian,[8] The Caravan,[9] The Hindu.[10]MintVogue[11] and Kinfolk,[12] among other places.



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