Anita Felicelli

Anita Felicelli is the author of Love Songs for a Lost Continent, forthcoming in October 2018. She has contributed essays and reviews to The New York Times (“Modern Love”), the San Francisco Chronicle, Salon, and elsewhere.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

A Sense of a Real Home

"The Year of the Runaways" and "The Association of Small Bombs" both address political violence in North India and lives of Punjabis abroad....


The Memories of Elephants

Violence plays an essential, defining role in novelist Tania James’s stunning second novel, The Tusk That Did the Damage. The novel shines a necessary light on the challenges faced when living alongside the wild....


“The Lowland” by Jhumpa Lahiri: Two Reviews
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