The gutsy journalist Gauri Lankesh wanted to come to Kashmir before murder cut her short.
The stories in the book reek of the putrefying scent of a torn, bleeding and outclassed land riddled with contradictions.
Freny Mancecksha speaks about her journey, the challenges she faced while writing the book and the politics of representation in her work.
The review offers a caste-based critique of the book by Ankur Datta and questions the language with which Kashmiri Pandit migration is talked about.
In this excerpt from Wular Kinaray, Geelani talks about the year of 1947, the tribal invasion and landing of Indian troops in Kashmir as he witnessed it.
In this interview Shahnaz Bashir talks about the politics of writing and the limitations of non-Kashmiri writing on Kashmir.