LOVE AND PLURALITY: THE STORIES
We are proud to present the ten stories workshopped by Out of Print at the Literature platform of the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2021.
The theme of the workshop was Love and Plurality. We asked writers for stories that explored love with infinite possibility, love across gender, language, community and religion, love in any and all of its shapes and forms. There was a wide and wonderful range of submissions.
The ten stories were selected from somewhere close to 200 submissions by the Out of Print team, Indira Chandrasekhar, Vandana Devi and Zui Kumar-Reddy, who also led the workshop.
The selected stories explore love in complex ways, engaging with the idea of plurality with an encouraging openness and range. It was a fine experience to work with them.
The workshopping process that involved both critiquing by the workshop leaders, and a peer review engagement that allowed writers to analyse and craft their stories in response.
Please read the stories by clicking on the story names.