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Kulpreet Yadav is a bestselling author, motivational speaker, and Founder-Editor of Open Road Review. Shortlisted in various writing contests, his short stories and essays have appeared in over 30 publications. Kulpreet's latest novel, ‘The Girl who loved a Pirate’, is India’s first thriller based on marine piracy and hijacking. Passionate about creative writing, Kulpreet also mentors aspiring writers at schools and colleges and has spoken at many literary festivals in India and abroad. An ex-armed forces officer, he lives in New Delhi.

Interview with Tikuli by Kulpreet Yadav

Tikuli is a blogger and author from Delhi. Her short stories and poems have appeared in print and in online literary magazines including Le...

The Trail of Four by Manjiri Prabhu: Book Review

One of the best books that I've read written by an Indian author, The Trail of Four is a delightful thriller that's set in...

Interview with Haulianlal Guite by Kulpreet Yadav

Haulianlal Guite is a young IAS officer from Manipur. He graduated in philosophy from St. Stephen's College, completed masters in sociology after entering civil...

Interview with Vinay Sitapati: "The India We Live in Today Is Narasimha Rao's India"

Interview number three from the specially curated ‘Interview Series’ that Open Road Review is doing with the ‘Kumaon Literary Festival’ as their ‘Online Literary Magazine...

Interview with Sumant Batra, Founder, Kumaon Literary Festival

Interview number two from the specially curated ‘Interview Series’ that Open Road Review is doing with the ‘Kumaon Literary Festival’ as their ‘Online Literary Magazine...

'Wood Green' by Sean Rabin: Book Review by Kulpreet Yadav

An original voice that narrates a delicious story, populated with an interesting mix of characters, and set in an exotic location, even though a...

"How to Live with Two Wives in the Same House, and More": Simon Choa...

Written from three character's points of view, and first conceived in the form of a play, as the author explains in his note at...

Interview with Rakhshanda Jalil

Dr Rakhshanda Jalil is a well-known Indian writer, critic and literary historian. She is best known for the much-acclaimed book on Delhi's lesser-known monuments called Invisible...

Interview with Sukanya Venkatraghavan

Mumbai based Sukanya Venkatraghavan lives with her husband and a large congregation of cat and owl figurines collected from all over the world. Sukanya’s first...

“The Scion of Ikshvaku” by Amish: Book Review by Kulpreet Yadav

The strength of The Scion of Ikshvaku is the ingenuity of the subplots within a clichéd plot. It's like bringing a large ancestral house...

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