The Jihadist is now available! 93 pages, colour, with artwork crafted or selected by the Author himself. Read the announcement here.

Université de Montréal, Concordia Univeristy and the University of Western Ontario review and discuss K. Gandhar Chakravarty`s Kolkata Dreams. Read what the Université de Montréal is saying about the book here. Check out the Western Ontario Alumni Gazette feature here and the Concordia University article here.

Many thanks to the people at the "Love Ms. Julie Campaign" for their support of English language publishers in Quebec! See their feature on Gandhar Chakravarty (includes photos) and his Kolkata Dreams.

Learn more about the "Love Ms. Julie Campaign" here.

Kolkata Dreams by K. Gandhar Chakravarty is featured in this month's SNAP! Magazine. Pick up a copy in your local store. See the review here.

Unwanted Hopeless Romantic Morons by Geoffrey Alexander Parsons coming soon! Keep an eye out for the book launch this Summer! Read more about it here.

K. Gandhar Chakravarty's "Kolkata Dreams" featured in Montreal Serai. Read the review here. Look for video of Gandhar reading from his latest work soon.


K. Gandhar Chakravarty will be performing Sunday, August 2nd. in Brighton, Memorial Park in the afternoon 1 - 1:30pm and at China King in the evening 7:45 – 8pm at the 3rd Annual CCLA Art & Lit Fest. Read the festival press release here.
Photos of Gandhar performing and reciting at the International Festival are now available. Visit his page here, and watch the banner!

James Cummins has won the Canadian Authors' Association's BookTelevision Emerging Writer Award for 2009.

Read about the awards here.

K. Gandhar Chakravarty's interview on OMNI TV is now available. Watch it here!

K. Gandhar Chakravarty interviewed on OMNI television. VIDEO COMING SOON!!!

Just signed: "Crossing to Tadoussac" by Frederick E. Bryson and "Hopeless Romantic Morons" by Geoffrey Alexander Parsons
K. Gandhar Chakravarty to present his "Kolkata Dreams" at the International Festival of Poetry of Resistance to be held in Toronto between April 24th-30th, 2009.
James Cummins shortlisted for the Canadian Author Association's 2009 BookTelevision Emerging Writer Award.