Publishing is a weird, shadowy industry with weird, shadowy practices. And the people most often left out of the loop are writers of color. South Asian writers looking to get published have to contend with racism, xenophobia, corniness, overused tropes, and more. This week Nadya talks to writer, translator, critic, and the host of the Desi Books podcast Jenny Bhatt about her collection of short stories Each of Us Killers and what it takes for South Asian writers to breakthrough.
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