Grapevine India Publishers
|Number of Pages||199 Pages|
This Novel speaks of a day of a girl on the verge of adolescence in a tropical town of Malabar. But the very day contains many fractions of time-days, months, years or even centuries of past and future. It could be said that the story is about a girl who called herself 'R ( not 'ar but 'err') and the things which grew inside her like wild parasitic vines, but the very story is entangled with those of some others who bore heavy things inside them including lamps which burn them out.
About the Author Gargi Harithakam presently works as a writer for an NGO called Backyard Civilization Collective (Fort Kochi, Kerala). She graduated in MFA Creative Writing (Fiction) from Brown University in May 2013. She has her undergraduate degree in B-Tech Civil Engineering from MNIT, Jaipur (2005) and has worked in many jobs around India (software engineering, civil engineering, film scripting and copy writing) before she joined Brown for MFA. Born in Kozhikode, Kerala, she speaks Malayalam, Hindi and English.