by Kuzhali Manickavel
In Eating Sugar, Telling Lies, Kuzhali Manickavel explores the toxic relationships between Indian employers and their domestic house help: from saviour complexes and patronization to deadly brutality.
"An uncomfortable fable about class, gender & the things we choose to look away from... one which is far more complex than its length gives it any right to be"
About the Author
Kuzhali Manickavel was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and currently lives in Bangalore. This is her first collection of short stories. She used to blog at thirdworldghettovampire.blogspot.com.
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