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Anupama is a poet, novelist, professor of English, and research scholar. She dons two hats: creative and critical, and on this website, you will find links to some of her writings.
She is the author of Twenty Odd Love Poems (The Writer's Workshop, 2008); the novel Where Mayflies Live Forever (Picador, 2022); and several short stories and poems published in The Wire, Himal Southasian, and Postcolonial Text, among others. Anupama was the 2021 Writer-in-Residence at Samyukta Research Foundation (SRF), Thiruvananthapuram, where she wrote her first novel. She is also the Editor of Samyukta Fiction, an online journal for short stories housed in SRF. She is currently a 2024 Landhaus Fellow in the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany.
Her critical writings include the widely-reviewed monograph Utopia and the Village in South Asian Literatures (Palgrave, 2012); "Maritime Transmodernities," an edited collection of essays (Postcolonial Text, 2019), and several essays in academic, peer-reviewed journals.
Anupama is married to the literary scholar and musicologist Suddhaseel Sen. She lives in Jodhpur, India.

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