47 writers-- Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan-- contribute memoir, fiction and poetry to this one of a kind collection cutting across national boundaries, exploring borders and partitions and inviting readers to discover the dividing and unifying lines in their own lives.
'No Place Like Home: Borders, Boundaries and Identity in South Asia and Diaspora'
Guest edited by Soniah Kamal (soniahkamal.com)
Online at sugarmule.com from May 15, 2013.
As has been the case with guest editing Sugar Mule Issue # 43, this trailer has also been a labor of love from writing the narrative to selecting the title, pictures, sequence and music. In that spirit my deepest gratitude to my ArtsATL colleague and friend for making such a kick ass video. Anjali and Parul thank you so much for sharing your personal photographs and your feedback, and Parul thanks for convincing me that an issue trailer is a good idea. Mansoor thank you for helping me choose the music score and for your technical help. A huge shout out to graphic designer extraordinaire Swati Gupta for her wonderful sketch for the cover art of Issue # 43 with which the trailer also opens. Thank you so much Marc Weber, publisher of Sugar Mule, for inviting me to guest edit the South Asia Issue—what an adventure it’s been! And to all my contributors—without your memoir, poetry and stories there would be nothing. My eternal appreciation for trusting me to deliver your words to the world.
Complete list of Contributors (Memoir. Poetry. Fiction)
Hafiza Nilofar Khan
Ravibala Shenoy and P.D. Kasbekar
Victor Rangel Riberio
R. K. Biswas
Parul Kapur Hinzen
Sabyn Javeri Jillani