Kitabi Karwan (or KK) was born out a desire to truly fulfil every bookworm’s desire to seek genuine engagement and discussions about books, and authors, and writers, and all other related creative personnel associated with the process. Here, we don’t talk about ratings nor do we analyse or review books. We discuss them, what they made us feel. We talk about how the writer became what they are today, how did they write this piece, and of course, who and what they end up reading.
Regardless of whether you’re a lifelong bibliophile or just starting your karwan with books, do give this blog, and this podcast, a whirl.
For our first episode, I have a candid conversation with Rheea Mukherjee, a fantastic writer whose latest book, The Body Myth, has garnered stellar reviews. Given her unique cultural upbringing of shuttling between the US and India, and building on her vast experience in different roles, she brings a refreshing perspective to the literary scene.
Check out this episode as I talk to her about exploring bold themes, classist literature, and of course, culture renaissance and language in literature.
This podcast is also available on all major podcasting platforms at the links below
Anchor.FM – https://anchor.fm/kitabikarwan
Breaker – https://www.breaker.audio/kitabi-karwan
Overcast – https://overcast.fm/itunes1512647351
Pocket Casts – https://pca.st/noa3ro1g
Radio Public – https://radiopublic.com/kitabi-karwan-G7034L