Short Stories

Chapters: Short Stories by Amod Bhattarai from Bibliophile South Asia.

Amod Bhattarai lives in Kathmandu with his wife and daughter and writes in Nepali. He has been involved with various Nepali periodicals and newspapers and has been publishing short stories in literary magazines since the 1980s. His stories have been collected into three books so far and have been very well received by readers and critics alike. This is the first time his work has been translated into English.

In our Fiction section, Rs. 295, in paperback, 149 pages, ISBN: 9789382337058





False Sanctuaries: Stories from the Troubled Territories of South Asia by Meenakshi Iyer from Bibliophile South Asia.

Fear lurks deep in their hearts. Writ large on their faces. When? When? When? A blast, a raging insurgency, a clash tooth-and-nail, an eye for an eye, a fight to the finish, and then And then a gory aftermath. A lot happens beyond those borders that make the insides churn.

They get up, shake off the dust and move on to fight another battle that seethes in their hearts. They have dreams, hopes, responsibilities... There are those who fulfill them within the safe, secure zones. And then there are those who struggle in an unfriendly terrain. Set across South Asia, each of the stories in this collection locates the defiant undercurrent of individual expression in people scarred by terror.

In our Fiction section, Rs. 395, in paperback, 281 pages, ISBN: 9789382337072

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