Sex, Drugs and Videotape

May 2013
India Today;5/20/2013, p72
An interview with Indian author Kishwar Desai is presented. She talks about her third book "The Sea of Innocence," and explains why she chose rape and murder as a subject. She also discusses why she chose the city of Goa as the setting of the novel, and shares her desire to create awareness through her books. Desai considers fiction as a good way to explore subjects such as rape and murder.


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