Anjana Basu writes fiction, poetry and featuring stories for the local newspapers and for Cosmopolitan. She has had a book of short stories published by Orient Longman, India; the British Broadcasting Corp. has broadcast one of her short stories; and her poems have been featured in an anthology brought out by Penguin, India. In America, she has been published in The Wolfhead Quarterly, Gowanus, The Blue Moon Review, and Recursive Angel, to name a few. In 2003, HarperCollins brought out her novel, "Curses in Ivory." In 2004, she was a Hawthornden Fellow.