ESSAYS/ CREATIVE NON-FICTION
OCTOBER 2019: LESSONS IN LOVE FROM AMRITA PRITAM https://scroll.in/article/940264/when-amrita-pritam-wove-her-autobiography-around-love-she-also-demonstrated-the-many-ways-to-love
AUGUST 2019: MISS FERNS AND I: DISCOVERING A LITERARY FOREMOTHER https://www.asiavillenews.com/article/miss-ferns-discovering-a-literary-foremother-12621
JUNE 2019: ON THE LITERARY MEMOIR IN INDIAN LITERATURE https://scroll.in/article/928563/indian-literature-keeps-waiting-for-the-literary-memoir-as-a-form-distinct-from-the-autobiography
FEBRUARY 2019: WHEN A TEACHER WALKS – transcript of a composition for TEDx Manipal, 2019 (full text and video on youtube) – Transcript of When a Teacher Walks
DECEMBER 2018: LIVING WITH OSCILLOPSIA AND AN EXPERIENCE OF AYURVEDA – published in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics. December 29, 2018.
AUGUST 2018: ON WRITING A MEMOIR AND WHY A PUBLIC TELLING MATTERS – “Why Remember Why Tell: Notes from a Reluctant Memoirist” – published in the Economic and Political Weekly, August 2018 – postscript-EPW
AUGUST 2018: ON MEDICAL THEMES IN A LITERATURE CLASSROOM – “Medical themes in a literature classroom: an alternate perspective on Medical Humanities pedagogy in India’ – published in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics, August 2018
JULY 2018: A COLLABORATIVE WRITING PROJECT WITH MICHAEL VARGHESE IN THE SCROLL:
Michael is an artist and writer in his early twenties. Gayathri is a novelist and taught Michael for two years at university. This is a conversational writing project about the evening that Michael attempted to end his life, and revisits the transformative experience that followed.