ABOUT BROWN PAPER

Brown Paper began a repository for my publications (mostly book reviews). I then started blogging about books, bookish matters, and occasionally writing about other issues that interested me.

I now work primarily as a writing consultant, but continue to blog about books that interest me. I focus on feminist and multicultural writing, especially immigrant fiction. I do not review poetry, prescriptive non-fiction, chick lit, erotica, thrillers or inspirational /religious work.

Please see the review policy section for more details if you are interested in having your book reviewed.

The ads on this site have been placed by WordPress, and I do not endorse or gain financially from any of the products displayed here.

Contact: I may be reached at Niranjana (dot) Iyer (at) gmail (dot) com

Using my content: You are welcome to reproduce my original content (i.e. posts that appear on my blog but not in any other venue) as long as you include a link to the source. Please note that copyright restrictions for my other publications may preclude reprints at other venues.

More? Here’s a couple of sample blog posts :

Yellowknife by Steve Zipp (Canadian lit. fic.)
On the Outside Looking Indian by Rupinder Gill (Indo-Canadian memoir)
Come, Before Evening Falls by Manjul Bajaj (Indian lit. fic.)
The Grand Plan to Fix Everything by Uma Krishnaswami (kidlit)
The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood (Toronto theater)
Patricia Wentworth’s Miss Silver novels (mysteries)

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15 thoughts on “ABOUT BROWN PAPER

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  3. I am planning to start a book blog and was scouting the internet for current ones. Pleasantly surprised to find one from an IIMA alum. I’m from the 2016-18 batch. Following!

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