Sameera Parvin moves to an unnamed Middle Eastern city to live with her father and her relatives. She thrives in her job as a radio jockey and at home she is the darling of the family. But her happy world starts to fall apart when revolution blooms in the country. As the people’s agitation gathers strength, Sameera finds herself and her family embroiled in the politics of their adopted land. She is forced to choose between family and friends, loyalty and love, life and death.
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About the Contributors:
Benyamin (born Benny Daniel) is an Indian novelist and short story writer in the Malayalam language from Nhettur, Kulanada, Pattanamtitta district of the south Indian state of Kerala.
Shahnaz Habib has written for the New Yorker and the Guardian and her fiction and essays have been published in the Caravan, Afar and other magazines and collected in anthologies.Benyamin’s Goat Days won him the Kerala Sahitya Academy Award in 2009 and was shortlisted for the Man Asian Literary Prize and the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature.
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