Tag: Amitav Ghosh
Amitav Ghosh: Products of FollyNovember 2012
The award-winning author on why he loves to write fiction and talk politics, and how nationalism fuels climate change.
From River of SmokeOctober 2011
To assemble the whole clan—La Fami Colver, as they said in Kreol—was never easy since its members were widely scattered, within the island and abroad.
The author Amitav Ghosh discusses the link between anthropology and writing, The New Yorker’s edit of his essay on the Iraq war, and John Updike’s worst book.