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A woman is reunited with her estranged father, a proud man whose outlook is shaped by one of history’s forgotten tragedies, the Partition of India in 1947.
“As always with flash at its best, the power is in the space between the words. In ‘The Crazed Wind’, Ghosh provides a lush, unique collection of flash fiction, taking the reader from past to present day India and back, on a turbulent journey through cultural and family divides, leaving a disquieting truth.”
~ Eileen Merriman, author of ‘Pieces of You’ and ‘Catch Me When You Fall’
“‘The Crazed Wind’ is an ambitious, cleverly crafted work. The core relationship between a daughter and her father is examined with psychological astuteness that lends itself to compassion towards both. Using a hybrid of fiction, non-fiction, prose poetry, and playful structures, Ghosh creates an entertaining, unexpected series of pieces that blend to create a whole greater than the sum of its parts.”
~ Stephanie Hutton, author of ‘Three Sisters of Stone’