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Bhaswati Ghosh writes and translates fiction and non-fiction. Her first book-length translation from Bengali into English–My Days with Ramkinkar Baij–has been published by Delhi-based Niyogi Books. This work also won her the Charles Wallace (India) Trust Fellowship for translation. Her stories have appeared in Letters to My Mother and My Teacher is My Hero– anthologies of true stories published by Adams Media.

 

Bhaswati has a background in journalism and has contributed to several websites (including Open Road Review, Humanities Underground,Global Graffiti,The Four Quarters Magazine, Parabaas, Asia Writes) and print magazines (Teenage Buzz, ByLine, Cause and Effect). She has written for major Indian dailies such as The Times of India, The Statesman and The Pioneer. 

 

She is seeking agents/publishers for her non-fiction book-length work, Making Out in America, a humorous, anecdotal account of her brush with American English.