Hari Kunzru is a British Indian novelist and journalist of Kashmiri Pandit origin, author of the novels The Impressionist, Transmission, My Revolutions and Gods Without Men. His work has been translated into twenty languages.
“There was, as she put it, nothing to stop me. So I followed the path of educated misfits through the ages and got a job in a bookshop.”
— Hari Kunzru, My Revolutions
ARTICLES FEATURING HARI
Listening to Ghosts: On Hari Kunzru’s “White Tears” and Tyehimba Jess’s “Olio”
David Hering reviews "White Tears" and "Olio."...
The Terror of White Innocence: A Review of Hari Kunzru’s “White Tears”
The pathology of whiteness is the foundation for Hari Kunzru’s “White Tears,” a novel that explores the roots and routes of black music and Jim Crow....
That Quivering Point of Saturation
RB: WHEN I FIRST SAW YOUR NAME I took it to be Japanese. HZ: Really? It’s an old fashioned ...