South Asian writers launch ‘Love Across a Broken Map’

The author with her writing group

Reshma Ruia renowned author and writer, a founder member of “The Whole Kahani” (The Complete Story) talks about ‘Love Across a Broken Map’ to Asian Lite

Love Across a Broken Map
Love Across a Broken Map

The launch of  “The Whole Kahani” (The Complete Story)  is being held at the Nehru Centre on May, 26th from 6 pm to 8.30 pm.

It is a collective of British fiction writers of South Asian origin. The group was established in 2011 to provide a creative perspective that straddles cultures and boundaries both emotional and geographical. Its aim is to reflect the complexity and diversity of voices in contemporary Britain and increase the visibility of emerging South Asian writers.

Members of the group have published novels and anthologies to critical acclaim and have been reviewed by The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, Huffington Post, Time Out and been broadcast on BBC4.

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‘Love Across a Broken Map’ is our first creative collaboration and is published by Dahlia Publishing. The anthology of short stories explores the infinite capacities and fractured nature of love in all its permutations, ‘’ informs Reshma Ruia who is founder member of the collective. .