Vishwas R. Gaitonde spent his formative years in India, has lived in Britain, and now resides in the United States. His writings have been published in those countries, and elsewhere. His literary distinctions include the Tennessee Williams Scholarship to the Sewanee Writers Conference and two writing residencies at The Anderson Center (United States); a Summer Literary Seminars fellowship (Canada); and the Hawthornden Fellowship (Scotland). One of his published short stories was cited as a Distinguished Story in Best American Short Stories of 2016.
A look back at the life of Gandhi on his 150th birthday
Section 377 and the fight for LGBT rights in India
Who is this young musical prodigy?
The story of an instrument with Western roots, but an Eastern history.
The power of Narnia as it resonates through different cultures and spiritual beliefs.