Girls, Good, bad and lost
Date of Review:
The Asian Age
While some writers paint with words, some can make them sing and some others can even make them breathe, but very few can make them tell a story.
Mascarenhas has the unique ability to tell the story on her own terms.
Triage--casualties of love and sex In her new and evocative collection of poetry, spoken word, flash memoir and sketches, Margaret Mascarenhas challenges still still prevalent myths about romantic love, treating it as a medical emergency whose obsessive nature transcends gender and sexual orientation. This is a body of work that also subtly conveys the intimate and visceral traffic between text and image and, in the process, asserts the curative and restorative powers of writing and art. ”
Margaret Mascarenhas is a consulting editor, curator and novelist, the author of the Diasporic novel, Skin, Penguin India 2001 (published in French translation by Mercure de France in 2002, and in Portuguese translation by Editora Replicacao in 2006), and of...
Causes Margaret Mascarenhas Supports
Goa Bachao Abhiyan
Margaret’s Favorite Books
Love in the Time of Cholera, Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, The Implacable Order of Things, Canto General, Anthills of the Savannah, Sula, ...and others