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South Asian Diaspora literature in English

compiled by
Irene Joshi
University of Washington Libraries

Last updated 29 December 1998

Methodology note:
The country of residence is based on the latest information available to the compiler. It should be noted that many authors are very peripatetic. Writers of the Indian diaspora: a bio-bibliographical critical sourcebook. Edited by Emmanuel S. Nelson, 1993 contains an appendix on p. 451 which details the domicile of many diasporic writers.

General background


Itwaru, Arnold, 1942-
	The invention of Canada: literary text and the 	immigrant 
	imaginary. Toronto: TSAR, 1990. 146 p.

Jain, Ravindra K.
	Indian communities abroad: themes and literature. New 
	Delhi: Manohar Publishers, 1993.

Khan, Nuzrat Yar
	Urdu literature in Canada: a preliminary survey. Edited 
	by Michael S. Batts. Canada: Department of the 	Secretary 
	of State of Canada, 1988. 45 p.

Kirpal, Viney
	The Third World novel of expatriation: a study of 
	emigre fiction by Indian, West African and Caribbean 
	writers. New Delhi: Sterling, 1989. 

The literature of Canadians of South Asian origins: an 
	overview and preliminary bibliography. Compiled by 
	Suwanda H.J. Sugunasiri. Ontario: Multicultural 
	History Society of Ontario, 1987. 1 vol. Unpaged. See 
	also: Search for meaning, below.

A meeting of streams: South Asian Canadian literature. 
	Edited by M.G. Vassanji. Toronto: TSAR, 1985. 145 p.

New immigrant literatures in the United States: a 
	sourcebook to our multicultural literary heritage / 
	edited by Alpana Sharma Knippling. Westport, CO: 
	Greenwood Press, 1996. xix, 386 p.

Pandit, M.L.
	New commonwealth writing: a critical response. New 
	Delhi: Prestige, 1996. 144 p.

Poynting, Jeremy
	East Indians in the Caribbean: a bibliography of 
	imaginative literature in English, 1894-1984. St. 
	Augustine, Trinidad: Library of the University of the 
	West Indies, 1984. 59 p.

Radhakrishnan, R.
	Diasporic meditations: between home and location. 
	Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1996.

Reworlding: the literature of the Indian diaspora. Edited by 
	Emmanuel S. Nelson. New York: Greenwood Press, 1992. 
	xvi, 184 p.

The search for meaning: the literature of Canadians of South 
	Asian origin. Edited by Suwanda H.J. Sugunasiri. Rev. 
	by Michael S. Batts. Canada: Dept. of the Secretary of 
	State of Canada, Multiculturalism, 1988. 215 p.

A shapely fire: changing the literary landscape. Edited by 
	Cyril Dabydeen. Oakville, Ont.: Mosaic Press, 1987. 175 p.

Writers of Indian diaspora: theory and practice. Edited by 
	Jasbir Jain. Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 1998. 216 p.

Writers of the Indian diaspora: a bio-bibliographical 
	critical sourcebook. Edited by Emmanuel S. Nelson. 
	Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1993. xix, 468 p.


General anthologies

Aurat durbar, the court of women: writings by women of 
	South Asian origin. Edited by Fauzia Rafiq. Toronto: 
	Second Story Press, 1995. 239 p.

The geography of voice: Canadian literature of the South 
	Asian diaspora. Edited by Diane McGifford. Toronto: 
	TSAR, 1992. xviii, 274 p.

The Indo-Fijian experience. St. Lucia, Australia: 
	University of Queensland Press, 1979. xii, 207 p.

Living in America: poetry and fiction by South Asian 
	American writers. Edited by Roshni Rustomji-Kerns. 
	Boulder: Westview Press, 1995. xiv, 277 p.

Our feet walk the sky: women of the South Asian diaspora. 
	Edited by Women of South Asian Descent Collective. San 
	Francisco: Aunt Lute Books, 1993.

The pen is mightier than the sword: Skoob Pacifica anthology 
	no. 2. Joint series editors: C.Y. Loh and I.K. Ong. London: 
	Skoob Books Publishing, 1994. 407 p.

Portrait of an Indian South African. ?: ?, 1969.

Saclit: an introduction to South-Asian Canadian 
	literature. Edited by Uma Parameswaran. Madras: 
	EastWest Books, 1996. 296 p.

They came in ships: an anthology of Indo-Guyanese writing. 
	Edited by Joel Benjamin, Laxmi Kallicharan, Ian McDonald 
	and Lloyd Searwar. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1998. 302 p.

Trapped: a collection of writing from Fiji. Edited by Seona 
	Smiles, Sudesh Mishra. Suva: Fiji Writers Association, 
	1992. 161 p.

The very inside: an anthology of writing by Asian and 
	Pacific Islander lesbian and bisexual women. Edited by 
	Sharon Lim-Hing. Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1994. 
	467 p.

The whistling thorn. Edited by Suwanda Sugunasiri. 	
	Oakville, Ont.: Mosaic Press, 1994. 144 p.


Autobiographical anthologies

Asian voices: life-stories from the Indian sub-continent. 
	London: Ethnic Communities Oral History Project, 1993. 
	94 p.

Ghara theke ghare=Home to home: reminiscences of 
	Bangladeshi women in Sheffield. Sheffield: Sheffield 
	City Libraries, 1995. 76 p.

A lotus of another color: an unfolding of the South Asian 
	gay and lesbian experience. Raksh Ratti, editor. 
	Boston: Alyson Publications, 1993. 303 p.

The still cry: personal accounts of East Indians in Trinidad 
	and Tobago during indentureship, 1845-1917. Edited by Noor 
	Kumar Mahabir. Tacarigua, Trinidad: Calaloux Publications, 
	1985. 191 p.

Teenage refugees and immigrants from India speak out. Comp. 
	by R. Viswanath. New York: Rosen Publishing Group, 
	1997. 64 p.

Telling it like it is: young Asian women talk. Nadya Kassam, 
	editor. London: Livewire, 1997. 131 p.

Individual autobiography

Alexander, Meena, 1951- (USA)
	Fault lines: a memoir. New York: Feminist Press at the 
	City University of New York, 1993. xii, 226 p.

Ali, Abdul (Fiji)
	The Indo-Fijian life story: the working life of Abdul 
	Ali. Suva, Fiji: School of Social and Economic 
	Development, University of the South Pacific, 1975. 6, 
	10, 13 p.

Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin (Uganda-England)
	No place like home. London: Virago Press, 1995. viii, 
	199 p.

Bains, Tara Singh, 1923- (Canada)
	The four quarters of the night: the life-journey of an 
	emigrant Sikh. With Hugh Johnston. Montreal: McGill-
	Queen's University Press, 1995. xviii, 275 p.

Begamudre, Ven, 1956- (Canada)
	Extended families. Toronto: Penguin, 1998.

Bissoondoyal, Basdeo, 1906- (Mauritius)
	Life in greater India: an autobiography. Bombay: 
	Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1984.

Brata, Sasthi, 1939- (England)
	My god died young. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1967.

	Traitor to India: a search for home. London: P. Elek, 
	1976. 159 p.; Astride two worlds: traitor to India. New 
	Delhi: B.I. Publications, 1977. 159 p.

Chaudhuri, Nirad C., 1897- (England)
	The autobiography of an unknown Indian. New York: 
	Macmillan, 1951. 506 p.

	A passage to England. London: Macmillan; New York: St. 
	Martin's Press, 1966, c1959. viii, 229 p.

Chaudri, Enver H., 1925- (England)
	The memoirs of Enver H. Chaudri: a description of life 
	in England during the twentieth century: school, work 
	and pleasure. 4th ed. Ipswich: E.H. Chaudri, 1996. 133 
	p.

	My life with amateur radio. Ipswich: E.H. Chaudri, 
	1997. 24 p.

	My not very adventurous boating adventures: life at Pin 
	mill, Suffolk. Ipswich: E.H. Chaudri, 1997. 40 p.

Chowdhary, Savitri (England)
	I made my home in England. Basildon, Essex: Grant West, 
	1960. 90 p.

Crasta, Richard (USA)
	Killing of an author. Forthcoming, 1999

Deen, Shamshu (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Solving East Indian roots in Trinidad. Freeport 
	Junction: H.E.M. Enterprises, 1994. xxvi, 318 p.

Doodnath, Samuel, 1911- (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Reminiscences of India and early Trinidad by an 
	immigrant family. S.l.: s.n., 1990. 90 p.

Foondun, A.W. (Mauritius)
	And forward moved the caravan: selected writings and 
	speeches of A.W. Foondun. Moka, Mauritius: Mahatma 
	Gandhi Institute, 1992. 86, 111 p.

Gabriel, Marie Cruz, 1926- (Ethiopia)
	Thirteen months of sunshine: an experience of Ethiopia. 
	New Delhi: Prachi Prakashan, 1979. xiv, 159 p.

Jawahar, Gurdayal S., 1927- (England)
	The wind of change: autobiography and vision of G.S. 
	Jawahar (nom de guerre G.S. Jawhal). Isleworth: G.S. 
	Jawahar, 1983. vii, 109 p.

Maharaj, Rabindranath, 1955- (Canada)
	Escape into the light. Eugene, Or.: Harvest House 
	Publishers, 1984. 208 p.

Mahase, Anna, Snr, 1899-1978. (Trinidad & Tobago)
	My mother's daughter: the autobiography of Anna Mahase 
	Snr., 1899-1978; with the autobiography of Kenneth E. 
	Mahase Snr., 1893-1955 (appended). Claxton Bay, 
	Trinidad: Royards Pub., 1992. xv, 144 p.

Mahomet, Sake Deen, 1759-1851. (England)
	The travels of Dean Mahomet: an eighteenth-century 
	journey through India. Edited by Michael H. Fisher. 
	Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997. xxiii, 
	229 p.

Manji, Madatally (Kenya)
	Memoirs of a biscuit baron. Edited by David Round-
	Turner. Nairobi: East African Educational Publishers, 
	1995.

Maraj, Bhadase Seetal (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Master & servant: Bhadase Sagan Maraj. St. Augustine, 
	Trinidad: Publications Committee, Sanatan Dharma Maha 
	Sabha of T. & T., 1991. 60 p.

Menen, Aubrey, 1912-1989. (England)
	The space within the heart. New York: McGraw-Hill, 
	1970. vi, 177 p.; The space within the heart: an 
	autobiography. Rev. and expanded ed. New Delhi: Penguin 
	Books, 1991. xiii, 209 p.

Mohanti, Prafulla.(England)
	Through brown eyes. Oxford; New York: Oxford University 
	Press, 1985. 222 p.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal, 1890-1936. (USA)
	Caste and outcast. New York: Dutton, 1923.

Muttoo, Francis X. (Caribbean)
	Scars of the cross. New York: Vantage Press, 1967. 292 
	p.

Naidoo, Indres (South Africa)
	Prisoner 885/63. Island in chains: ten years on Robben 
	Island. As told to Albie Sachs. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 
	1982. 278 p.; Robben Island: ten years as a political 
	prisoner in South Africa's most notorious penitentiary. 
	New York: Vintage Books, 1983. 278 p.

Naidoo, Jay (South Africa)
	Coolie location. London: SA Writers, 1990. 228 p.

Nandan, Satendra Pratap (Fiji)
	The wounded sea. East Roseville, NSW: Simon & Schuster 
	in association with New Endeavour Press, 1991. 170 p.

Ondaatje, Michael (Canada)
	Running in the family. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 
	1982.

Patel, Jayant, 1936- (US)
	Seeking home: an immigrant's realization. Bayside, NY: 
	J. Patel, 1991. 181 p.

Ramkessoon, J.D. (Caribbean)
	A cleric in the Caribbean. London: s.n., n.d.

Sampath, Martin, 1919- (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Search and destroy. Siparia, Trinidad: Arawak 
	Publications, 1976. viii, 96 p.

Sanadhya, Totaram, b. 1876. (Fiji)
	{Fijidwip men mere ikkis varsh, 1914; Bhut lane ki 
	katha}
	My twenty-one years in the Fiji Islands: and, The story 
	of the haunted line. Trans. and edited by John Dunham 
	Kelly and Uttra Kumari Singh. Suva, Fiji: Fiji Museum, 
	1991. 220 p.

Singh, Anirudh, 1950- (Fiji)
	Silent warriors. Suva, Fiji: Fiji Institute of Applied 
	Studies, 1992. iv, 108 p.

Verghese, Abraham, 1955- (USA)
	My own country: a doctor's story of a town and its 
	people in the age of AIDS. New York: Simon & Schuster, 
	1994. 347 p.

	The tennis partner: a doctor's story of friendship and 
	loss. New York: HarperCollins, 1998.

Drama anthologies

Saclit drama: plays of South Asian Canadians. 
	Edited by Uma Parameswaran. Bangalore: IBH Prakashana, 
	1996. xxiv, 273 p.

Drama including film, radio and television scripts

Agha, Shamsuddin I. (England)
	Tipu Sultan; Mirza Ghalib in London; Flight delayed: 
	three plays. London: Waltham Forest Race Relations 
	Unit, 1996? 100 p.

Ali, Tariq, 1943- (England)
	Consequences. By Tariq Ali et al. Bath, England: 
	Absolute Press, 1991. 60 p. Play in 2 acts and 8 
	scenes each written by a different author.

	Iranian nights. By Tariq Ali and Howard Brenton. 
	London: Nick Hern, 1989. 24 p.

	Necklaces. London: Bill Bourne Associates, 1992. 51 p.

	Ugly rumors. By Tariq Ali and Howard Brenton. London: 
	Nick Hern, 1998. 98 p.

Alladin, Mohammad Pharouk, 1919- (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Three one act plays. Trinidad: M. Alladin, 1970. 50 p.

Ameerally, Niamatalli (Guyana)
	Appanjaat: a play in one act. Georgetown, Guyana: s.n., 
	196?

Balgobin, Basil (Guyana)
	Asra. Georgetown, Guyana: s.n., 1945.

Bharadwaj, Radha (USA)
	Closet land: screenplay. Los Angeles: R. Bharadwaj. 
	1980? 85 leaves.

Bissundyal, Chauraumanie see Blenessequi, Omartelle, pseud.

Blenessequi, Omartelle, pseud. (Guyana)
	The jaguar and the flute: a play. Georgetown, Guyana: 
	C. Bissundyal, 1990. 61 p.

Bose, Rana (Canada)
	Five or six characters in search of Toronto and other 
	plays. New Delhi: Prestige, 1998. 104 p.

Chattoram, Puran (Guyana)
	Vote for me: a radio play in one act. Georgetown, 
	Guyana: s.n., 1963. 18 p.

Cowasjee, Saros, 1931-(Canada)
	The last of the maharajas. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1980. Based on M.R. Anand's Private life of an Indian 
	prince.

Dhondy, Farrukh (England)
	Romance, romance: and, The bride. London: Faber and 
	Faber, 1985.

Gill, Tarlochan Singh (Canada)
	Asoka: a historical play. New Delhi: Star Publications, 
	1998. 96 p.

Hosein, F.E.M. (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Hyarima and the saints: a miracle play and pageant of 
	Santa Rosa. Trinidad: Pleasantville: Unique Services, 
	1976., 36 p. Produced in 1931.

Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer, 1927- (USA)
	The Bostonians: a screenplay. New York: Merchant Ivory 
	Publications, 1991. 111 leaves.

	The householder: a screen play. Delhi: Ramlochan Books, 
	1965. 168 p.

	Howards End: a screenplay. Hollywood, CA: Script City, 
	1994. 130 leaves.

	Jefferson in Paris: original screenplay. Burbank, CA: 
	Hollywood Collectables, 199? 108 leaves.

	Madam Sousatzka: a screenplay. Hollywood, CA: Script 
	City, 1994. 115 leaves.

	Mr. and Mrs. Bridge: screenplay. Hollywood, CA: Script 
	City, 1990. 121 p.

Kissoon, Freddie (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Boss-man: a play in one act. Trinidad: F. Kissoon, 
	1973. 9 leaves.

	Calabash Alley: a full length play. Port-of-Spain: High 
	Grade Printery, 1973. 79 p.

	Christmas ham. By F. Kissoon and St. James Secondary 
	School. Trinidad: s.n., circa 1971.

	The cleaner and the boss. By F. Kissoon and The 
	Strolling Players. Trinidad: s.n., circa 1971.

	Common entrance: a play in one act. Diego Martin, 
	Trinidad: F. Kissoon, 1970. 26 p.

	Crash workers: a play in one act. Trinidad: F. Kissoon, 
	1973. 10 leaves.

	Do your home-lessons, Daddy! A play in one act. 
	Trinidad: F. Kissoon, 1968. 21 leaves.

	Doo-Doo: a play in one act. Trinidad: F. Kissoon, n.d. 
	12 leaves.

	Fugitive from the royal jail: a play in one act. 
	Trinidad: F. Kissoon, 1968. 8 leaves.

	Girls wanted: a play in one act. Trinidad: F. Kissoon, 
	1969 11 leaves.

	God and Uriah Butler: a play in three acts. Trinidad: 
	F. Kissoon, 1957. 53 leaves

	He died for us: a play in one act. Trinidad: F. 
	Kissoon, 1971. 7 leaves.

	King Cobo: a full length play in three acts. Trinidad: 
	F. Kissoon, 1966. 28 leaves.

	Like hog love mud: a play in one act. Trinidad: F. 
	Kissoon, 1968. 11 leaves.

	Lust for power: a play in one act. Trinidad: F. 
	Kissoon, 1973 9 leaves.

	Mamaguy: a play in one act. Trinidad: F. Kissoon, 1971. 
	24 leaves.

	Mambuy. Trinidad; U.W.I. Extra-Mural Dept., 1966. 23 p.

	The miracle man a play in one-act. Diego Martin, 
	Trinidad: F. Kissoon, 1975. 12 leaves.

	Pahyol: a play in one act. Trinidad: F. Kissoon, 1966. 
	12 leaves.

	Papa, look de priest passing: a play in one act. Port-
	of-Spain: The Bookshop, 1967. 15 p.

	A promise for Christmas: a play in one act. Trinidad: 
	F. Kissoon, 1969. 8 leaves.

	Suicide on the rails. By F. Kissoon and The Strolling 
	Players. Trinidad: s.n., circa 1971.

	We crucify Him: a passion play. Port-of-Spain?: F. 
	Kissoon, 1967. 27 leaves.

	Zingay: a play in one act. Diego Martin, Trinidad: F. 
	Kissoon, 1961. 28 leaves.

Kureishi, Hanif (England)
	Birds of passage. Oxford: Amber Lane Press, 1983. 62 p.

	Borderline. London: Methuen, 1981. 43 p.

	London kills me: 3 screenplays & 4 essays. New York: 
	Penguin Books, 1992. x, 373 p.

	My beautiful launderette: and, The rainbow sign. 
	London: Faber, 1986. 111 p.

	My beautiful launderette and other writings. London: 
	Faber and Faber, 1996. 170 p.

	My son, the fanatic. London: Faber and Faber, 1997. 	xii, 125 p.

	Outskirts and other plays. London: Faber and Faber, 
	1992. xx, 219 p. Includes: The king and me; Outskirts; 
	Borderline; Birds of passage.

	Outskirts; The king and me; Tomorrow-today!. London: 
	New York: J. Calder; Riverrun Press, 1983. 88 p.

	Sammy and Rosie get laid: the script and the diary. New 
	York: Penguin Books, 1988. 127 p.

MacIntyre, Ernst (Australia)
	Let's give them curry: an Austral-Asian comedy in three 
	acts. Richmond, Vic.: Heinemann Educational Australia, 
	1985. vi, 105 p.

	Rasanayagma's last riot: a political fiction for the 
	theatre. Sydney: Wordlink, 1993. xvi, 54 p.

Matura, Mustapha (Trinidad & Tobago)
	As time goes by; and Black pieces. London: Calder and 
	Boyars, 1972. 144 p.

	The coup: a play of revolutionary dreams. London: 
	Methuen Drama, 1991. 96 p.

	Meetings. New York: French, 1982. 73 p.

	Mustapha Matura six plays: As time goes by; Nice; Play 
	mas; Independence; Welcome home Jacko; Meetings. 
	London: Methuen Drama, 1991. 400 p.

	Nice; Rum an' coca cola; and Welcome home Jacko: three 
	plays. London: E. Methuen, 1980. 55 p.

	Play mas; Independence; and Meetings: three plays. 
	London: Methuen, 1982. 107 p.

	Playboy of the West Indies. New York: Broadway Play 
	Pub., 1988. 80 p.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal, 1890-1936. (USA)
	The judgment of Indra: a play. New York: D. Appleton, 
	1920.

	Layla-Majnu: a musical play in three acts. San 
	Francisco, CA: P. Elder, 1916.

Nazareth, Peter, 1940- (USA)
	Two radio plays. Kampala: East African Literature 
	Bureau, 1976. 36 p.

Pandya, Michael (Uganda)
	Home, here we come! New Delhi: Frank Educational Aids 
	Pvt. Ltd on behalf of Teksons, 1992. 79 p.

Parameswaran, Uma (Canada)
	Sons must die and other plays. New Delhi: Prestige, 
	1998. 129 p.

Pillay, Kriben (South Africa)
	Looking for Muruga. Durban: Asoka Theatre Publications, 
	University of Durban-Westville, 1995. 57 p.

Rau, Santha Rama, 1923- (USA)
	A passage to India: a play. From the novel by E.M. 
	Forster. London: E. Arnold, 1960. 112 p.; New York: 
	Harcourt Brace, 1961.

Rode, Ajmer, 1940- (Canada)
	Komagata Maru. London, Ont.: Third Eye, 1986.

Sadeek, Sheik M. (Guyana)
	Black bush. Newtown, Georgetown, Guyana: Sadeek, 1974. 
	18, [2] p.

	Fish koker. Kitty: Sheik M. Sadeek, 1965. 22 p.

	The gap and the gift: from colonialism to socialism: 	
	two stage sketches. Georgetown, Guyana: s. n.., 1976. 
	18 p.

	Goodbye Corentyne: a Guyanese stage play in one act, 
	one scene. Georgetown, Guyana?: Sadeek, 1974. 22 p. 
	
	He: a Guyanese play in one act, one scene. Newtown, 
	Kitty, Guyana: s.n., 1967. 8 p.

	Namaste. Georgetown, Guyana: R.A. Noble, 1965. 33 p.

	Porkknockers: a humour in one act and one scene. Kitty, 
	Guyana: Sheik M. Sadeek, 196?. 16 p.

	Savannah's edge: a Guyanese play on life among the 
	Amerindians: in one act, one scene. Kitty, Guyana: 
	Sadeek, 1968. 9 p.

	Two stage sketches: based on The declaration of Sophia. 
	Georgetown, Guyana: Sadeek, 1976. 18 p. Includes: The 
	gap (from colonialism to socialism)—The gift (from 
	colonialism to socialism). 

Selvon, Samuel Dickson, 1923-1994. (Canada)
	Highway in the sun and other plays. Yorkshire: Peepal 
	Tree Press, 1991. 183 p.

	Home sweet India. London: B.B.C., 1970. 39 leaves. 
	Adapted from An Island is a world.

	The magic stick. London: B.B.C., 1971. 47 p. Adapted 
	from Ismith Khan's The Obeah man.

	Mary, Mary shut your gate. London: B.B.C., 1971. 22 
	leaves.

	Those who eat the cascadura. London: B.B.C., 1971. 59 
	leaves

	Turn again tiger. London: B.B.C., 1969. 41 leaves.

Singh, Ansuyah R. (South Africa)
	Cobwebs in the garden, and A tomb for thy kingdom: two 
	plays. Durban: Purfleect Productions, 1966. 80 p.

Varma, Rahul (Canada)
	Counter offence: a play. Toronto: Playwrights Canada 
	Press, 1997. C1995. 103 p.

	Land where the trees talk and other plays. New Delhi: 
	Prestige, 199?


Essays

Crasta, Richard (USA)
	Beauty queens, children and the death of sex. New 
	Delhi: HarperCollins India, 1997. xxv, 215 p.

Choudhuri, Nirad C., 1897- (England)
	Culture in the vanity bag, being an essay on clothing 
	and adornment in passing and abiding India. Bombay: 
	Jaico Pub. House, 1976. xii, 146 p.

	Three horsemen of the new apocalypse. New Delhi: Oxford 
	University Press, 1997. 137 p.

	To live or not to live! an essay on living happily with 
	others. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1970. 197 p.

	Why I mourn for England. Comp. & ed. By Dhruva N. 
	Chaudhuri. Calcutta: Mitra & Ghosh Publishers, 1998. 
	116 p.

Books about Nirad C. Chaudhuri
	Nirad C. Chaudhuri, the first hundred years: a 
	celebration. Edited by Swapan Dasgupta. New Delhi: 
	HarperCollins Publishers India, 1997. xviii, 140 p.

	Verghese, C.P.
	Nirad C. Chaudhuri. New York: Humanities Press, 1973.

Khwaja, Waqas Ahmad (USA)
	Writers and landscapes. Lahore: Sang-e-Meel 
	Publications, 1991. 191 p.

Ladha, Yasmin (Canada)
	Women dancing on rooftops: bring your belly close. 
	Toronto: TSAR, 1997. 180 p.

Mahabir, Harold Gilks. (Caribbean)
	Of things, sketches and reflections. West Covina, CA: R 
	& R Pub., 1994. iv, 98 p.

Pillay, Kriben (South Africa)
	A mind in revolt: essays and poems. East London: K. 
	Pillay, 1986. 72 p.

Rushdie, Salman, 1947- (England)
	Imaginary homelands: essays and criticism. New York: 
	Granta Books, 1991.

Selvon, Samuel Dickson, 1923-1994. (Canada)
	Foreday morning: selected prose 1946-1986. Ed. by 
	Kenneth Ramchand and Susheila Nasta. London: Longman, 
	1989. xviii, 248 p.

Subramani (Fiji)
	Altering imagination. Suva, Fiji: Fiji Writers' 
	Association, 1995. 264 p.


Background Fiction

Wandrekar, Kalpana
	The ailing aliens: a study of the immigrant psyche in 
	six Indian English novels. Gulbarga: JIWE Publications, 
	1996. ii, 105 p.


Fiction anthologies

Flaming spirit: stories from the Asian Women Writer's 
	Collective. Edited by Rukhsana Gupta and Rahila Gupta. 
	London: Virago Press, 1994. xx, 204 p.

Her mother's ashes and other stories by South Asian women in 
	Canada and the United States. Edited by Hurjehan Aziz. 
	Toronto: TSAR, 1994. xvii, 202 p.

Odyssey: short stories by India women writers settled 
	abroad. Edited by Divya Mathur. Delhi: Star 
	Publications, 1998. 136 p.


Fiction

Abdulali, Sohaila (USA)
	The madwoman of Jogare: a novel. New Delhi: 
	HarperCollins, 1998. 217 p.

Abdullah, Mena (Australia)
	The time of the peacock: stories. By Mena Abdullah and 
	Ray Mathew. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1995. 114 p.; 
	London: HarperCollins, 1995. xi,114 p. New Delhi: 
	Indus, 199?. Young adult.

Advani, Rukun (England)
	First fictions: introduction 11. London: Faber and 
	Faber, 1992. 351 p.

	The sanity of ostriches. Delhi: Ravi Dayal, 1994.; 
	London: Faber & Faber, 1994.

Ahmad, Iqbal, 1921-1993. (Canada)
	The opium eater and other stories. Dunvegan, Ont.: 
	Cormorant Books, 1992. 166 p.

Ahmad, Rukhsana (England)
	The hope chest. London: Virago, 1996. 307 p.

Alexander, Meena, 1951- (USA)
	Manhattan music: a novel. San Francisco: Mercury House, 
	1997.

	Nampally road: a novel. San Francisco: Mercury House, 
	1991; Hyderabad: Orient Longman, 1992. 107 p.

Ali, Tariq, 1943- (England)
	Fear of mirrors. London: Arcadia, 1997. 180 p.

	Redemption. London: Chatto and Windus, 1990. 280 p.; 
	Picador, 1991. 280 p.

	Shadows of the pomegranate tree. London: Chatto & 
	Windus, 199?. 242 p.; London: Picadore, 1993. 242 p.

Alladin, Mohammad Pharouk, 1919- (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Twelve short stories. Maraval: s.n., 1976. 78 p.

Alphonso-Karkala, John B., 1923- (USA)
	Joys of Jayanagar. Mysore: J.B. Alphonso-Karkala, 1980. 
	152 p.

Amanuddin, Syed, 1934- (USA)
	Between two worlds. Madras: Blackie Publishers & 
	Distributors, 1990. 135 p.

Appachana, Anjana, 1957?- (USA)
	Incantations. London: Virago, 1991. 176 p.; 
	Incantations and other stories. New Delhi: Penguin 
	Books India, 1992. 143 p.; New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers 
	University Press, 1992. 150 p.

	Listening now. New York: Random House, 1997.

Arasa, pseud. see Raja Ratnam.

Aslam, Nadeem, 1967?- (England)
	Season of the rainbirds. London: Andre Deutsch, 1993. 
	196 p.

Badami, Anita Rau (Canada)
	Tamarind mem. Toronto: Viking, 1996. 266 p.

Baig, Mirza Yawar (England)
	Holy cat: Sufi and other stories. London: Sangam, 1994. 
	xi, 111 p. The holy cat: Sufi and other stories. New 
	Delhi: Disha Books, 199?

Baksh, Ishmael J., 1935- (Canada)
	Black light. St. Johns, NF: Jesperson Press, 1988.

	Out of darkness. St Johns, NF: Jesperson Pub., 1995. 
	144 p.

Baldeosingh, Kevin, 1963- (Trinidad & Tobago)
	The autobiography of Paras P.. Portsmouth, NH: 
	Heinemann, 1996. 180 p.

	Virgin's triangle. Oxford: Heinemann Educational, 1997. 
	219 p.

Baldwin, Shauna Singh, 1962- (Canada)
	English lessons and other stories. Fredericton, N.B., 
	Canada: Goose Lane, 1996. 176 p.

Banerji, Sara, 1932- (England)
	Absolute hush. London: Gollancz, 1991. 175 p.; London: 
	Black Swan, 1992. 189 p.

	Cobwebwalking. London: Gollancz, 1986. 176 p.; 	Bethesda, 
MD: Adler & Adler, 1987. 155 p.

	Shining Agnes. London: Gollancz, 1990. 176 p.

	The tea-planter's daughter. London: Gollancz, 1988. 160 p.

	The wedding of Jayanthi Mandel. London: Gollancz, 1987. 
	208 p.

	Writing on skin. New ed. London: Black Swan
	(Transworld), 1994. 108 p.

Baratham, Gopal, 1935- (Singapore)
	A candle or the sun. London: Serpent's Tail, 1991. 196 
	p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1992. 196 p.

	Figments of experience. Singapore: Times Books 
	International, 1981. 116 p.

	Love letter and other stories. Singapore: Times Books 
	International, 1988. 132 p. Previous published as: 
	Figments of experience.

	Moonrise, sunset. London: Serpent's Tail, 1996. 288 p.

	People make you cry and other stories. Singapore: Times 
	Books International, 1988. 137 p.

	Sayang. Singapore: Times Books International, 1991. 214 
	p.

Beeharry, Deepchand C., 1927- (Mauritius)
	The heart and soul. Port Louis: Swan, 1983.

	Never good bye. Port Louis: Editions Nationales, 1965.

	The road ahead. Port Louis: Ashley Printers, 1976. 136 
	p.

	That others might live. New Delhi: Orient, 1976.

	Three women and a president. New Delhi: Orient, 1979. 
	184 p.

	A touch of happiness. Port Louis: Editions Nationales, 
	1966.

Begamudre, Ven, 1956- (Canada)
	Laterna magika: stories. Lantzville, BC: Oolichan 
	Books, 1997. 239 p.

	A planet of eccentrics. Lantzville, BC, Canada: 
	Oolichan Books, 1990. 196 p.

	Sacrifices. Erin, ON: Porcupine's Quill, 1986. 109 p.

	Van de Graaff days. Lantzville, BC, Canada: Oolichan 
	Books, 1993. 295 p.

Bhabra, Hargurchet Singh, 1955- (pseud. A.M. Kabal) (Canada)
	The adversary. Toronto: Irwin Publishing, 1986.

	Bad money. Toronto: Irwin Publishing, 1987

	Gestures. London: Joseph, 1986. 279 p.; New York: 
	Viking, 1986. 279 p.

	Union station. London: Alison & Busby, 1987. 352 p.

Bhattacharya, Keron, 1940- (England)
	The pearls of Coromandel. London: Hale, 1995. 254 p.

Bissoondath, Neil, 1955- (Canada)
	A casual brutality: a novel. Toronto: MacMillan of 
	Canada, 1988. 352 p.

	Digging up the mountain: selected stories. Toronto: 
	Macmillan of Canada, 1985. 247 p.

	The innocence of age. Toronto: Alfred A. Knopf Canada, 
	1992. 308 p.

	On the eve of uncertain tomorrows. Toronto: Macmillan 
	of Canada, 1990.

	The worlds within her. Toronto: Alfred A. Knopf Canada, 
	1998. 448 p.

Bissundyal, Chauraumanie see Blenessequi, Omartelle, pseud.

Blenessequi, Omartelle, pseud.(Guyana)
	Labaria puraan: a novel. Georgetown, Guyana: Paddy 
	Sheaves Books, 1995. v, 137 p.

	Whom the kiskadees call. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1994. 95 
	p.
Boodhoo, Isaiah James, 1932- (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Between two seasons. Harlow, Essex, England: Longman, 
	1994. 314 p.

Brata, Sasthi, 1939- (England)
	Confessions of an Indian woman eater. London: 
	Hutchinson, 1971. 291 p.; Confessions of an Indian 
	lover. New Delhi: Sterling, 1973.

	Encounter. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1982. 158 p. 
	1st pub. 1978.

	A search for home. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1975. 
	152 p.

	The sensuous guru: the making of a mystic president. 
	New Delhi: Sterling Paperbacks, 1980. 223 p.

	She and he. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1973. 200 p.

Bucktawar, Ramesh, 1952?- (Mauritius)
	Father's wish. Port Louis: Super Printing, 1983. 153 p.

	A halo of sand. Belle Etoile, Beau Bassen, Mauritius: 
	Sigma, 1991. 88 p.

	The sting of the wasp: novel. Delhi: Ajanta, 1994. 182 
	p.

Budhoo, Davison (Grenada)
	Night of destiny: a novel. Goa: India Press, 1994. v, 
	700 p.

Budhos, Marina Tamar (Guyana)
	Father's tale. Providence, RI: Paradigm Press, 1989. 26 p.

	Genesis and other stories. Providence, RI: s.n., 1987. 
	iii, 145 leaves. Thesis (M.A.)--Brown University, 1987.

	The professor of light. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 
	1999.

	House of waiting. New York : Global City Press, 1995. 
	245 p.

Chand, Meira, 1942- (Japan)
	The bonsai tree. London: J. Murray, 1983. 228 p.

	A choice of evils. London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 
	1996. 461 p.

	The gossamer-fly: a novel. London: J. Murray, 1979. 186 p.

	House of the sun. London: Hutchinson, 320 p.

	Last quadrant. London: J. Murray, 1981. 194 p.

	The painted cage. London: Century, 1986. 339 p.

Chandra, G.S. Sharat (USA) 
	Sari of the gods: stories. Minneapolis: Coffee House 
	Books, 1998. 237 p.

Chandra, Vikram, 1961- (USA)
	Love and longing in Bombay: stories. Boston: Little, 
	Brown and Co., 1997. 268 p.

	Red earth and pouring rain. New Delhi: Viking Penguin, 
	1995. 299 p.; New York: Little Brown & Co., 1995. 542 p.

Chandran, Hira Nirodi (England)
	'Lini. London: Gul Mohar, 1997. 148 p. Young adult.

Chatterji, Arindam (USA)
	The taming of Bismarck and other stories. New Delhi: 
	HarperCollins, 1997.

Chaudhuri, Amit, 1962- (England)
	Afternoon raag. London: Heinemann, 1993. viii, 132 p.; 
	London: Minerva, 1994. x, 132 p.

	Freedom song. London: Picador, 1998. 160 p.

	A strange and sublime address. London: Heinemann, 1991. 
	208 p. London: Minerva, 1992. 208 p.

Chaudri, Enver H., 1925- (England)
	The man. Ipswich: E.H. Chaudri, 1996. 77 p.

	The second thirty! another thirty stories. Ipswich: E. 
	Chaudri, 1996. 97 p.

Chopra, Gautama, 1975- (USA)
	Child of the dawn: a magical journey of awakening. 
	London: Bantam, 1997. xviii, 180 p.

Chopra, Prem Nath, 1941- (USA)
	The destiny. Delhi: Hindustan Pocket Books, 1971. 182 p.

	Salaam New York: a powerful and absorbing drama of 
	Indians living in New York: a novel. New Delhi: 
	Sterling Publishers, 1993. 170 p.

Clements, Hubert (England)
	The long wait. Lewes, Sussex: The Book Guild LTD, 1988. 
	84 p.

Cowasjee, Saros (Canada)
	The assistant professor. Toronto: TSAR, 1996. vi, 149 p.

	Goodbye to Elsa. Don Mills, ON.: New Press, 1974. 152 p.; 
	London: Bodley Head, 1974. 152 p.; New Delhi: 
	Orient Paperbacks, 1975.

	Nude therapy and other stories. Ottawa: Borealis Press, 
	1980. 1st pub. 1978.

	Stories and sketches. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1970.

	Suffer little children. Delhi: Allied, 1982. 162 p.

Crasta, Richard (USA)
	The revised Kama Sutra: a novel of colonialism and 
	desire with arbitrary footnotes and a whimsical 
	glossary. New Delhi: Viking India, 1993. xiv, 333 p.

Dabydeen, Cyril, 1942- (Canada)
	Berbice crossing and other stories. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 
	1996. 122 p.

	Black Jesus and other stories. Toronto: TSAR, 1996. 140 p.

	Dark swirl. Leeds: Peepal Tree Press, 1988.

	Jogging in Havana: short stories. Oakville, ON.: 
	Mosaic Press, 1992. 140 p.

	Sometimes hard. Harlow, Essex: Longman Caribbean, 
	1994. 202 p.

	Still close to the island. Ottawa: Commoners 
	Publishing, 1980. 111 p.

	To monkey jungle. London, ON.: Third Eye, 1988. 161 p.

	The wizard swami. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1985.; 
	Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1989.

Dabydeen, David, 1955- (England)
	The counting house. London: Jonathan Cape, 1996. xi, 
	179 p.

	Disappearance. London: Secker and Warburg, 1992. viii, 
	180 p.; Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1998. 200 p.
	
	The intended. London: Secker and Warburg, 1991.; 
	London: Minerva, 1992. 245 p.; Leeds: Peepal Tree, 
	1998. 200 p.

Books about David Dabydeen
	The art of David Dabydeen. Edited by Kevin Grant. 
	Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1997. 232 p.

Daniels, Shouri, pseud. See Ramanujan, Molly

Daswani, V.J. (England)
	Fathers, sons, and unholy ghost. London: Hale, 1995. 
	318 p.

Dayachand (Mauritius)
	The years of tribulations. S.l.: s.n., 1975. 126 p.

Deoram (Suriname)
	A new way: a Caribbean novelette. Suriname: Saraswati 
	Press, n.d. 27 p.

Desai, Anita, 1937- (USA)
	Baumgartner's Bombay. London: Heinemann, 1988. 229 p.

	Bye-bye blackbird. Delhi: Vision Books, 1985.

	Cat on a houseboat. Bombay: Orient Longman, 1976.

	Clear light of day. New York: Harper & Row, 1980. 183 
	p.; London: William Heinemann, 1980; Harmondsworth: 	King 
	Penguin, 1983.

	Cry, the peacock. Delhi: Vision Books, 1983. 217 p.; 
	New Delhi: Orient paperbacks, 1995. 218 p.

	In custody. London: Heinemann, 1984. 204 p.

	Journey to Ithaca. New York: Knopf, 1995. 312 p.; 
	London: Heinemann, 1995. viii, 309 p.

	The peacock garden. Jaipur: India Book House, 1974; 
	London: William Heinemann, 1979.

	The village by the sea: an Indian family story. New 
	Delhi: Allied, 1983.; New Delhi: Penguin India, 1992.

	Voices in the city. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1988. 
	257 p. 1st published 1965.

	Where shall we go this summer? Delhi: Orient Paperback, 
	1982. 157 p.

Books about Anita Desai
	Afzal-Khan, Fawzia, 1958-
	Cultural imperialism and the Indo-English novel: genre 
	and ideology in R.K. Narayan, Anita Desai, Kamala 
	Markandaya, and Salman Rushdie. University Park, PA: 
	Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993. x, 194 p.

	Bande, Usha
	The novels of Anita Desai: a study in character and 
	conflict. New Delhi: Prestige Books, 1988.

Desai, Boman (USA)
	The memory of elephants. London: Andre Deutsch, 1988. 
	586 p.; London: Spectre, 1990. 328 p.; New Delhi: 
	Penguin Books India, 1992. 328 p.

Desani, Govindas Vishnoodas, 1909- (USA)
	All about Mr. Hatterr. London: Francis Aldor, 1948; All 
	about H. Hatterr. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Young, 
	1951. 239 p.; Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972, 316 p.; New 
	Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 1985. 316 p.

	Hali and collected stories. ?: McPherson and Co., 1991? 
	207 p.

Devajee, Ved, pseud. see Gool, Reshard, 1931-1989.

Dhingra, Leena, 1942- (England)
	Amritvela. London: Women's Press, 1988. 192 p.

	First light. Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1991. 181 p. First 
	published as: Amritvela. London: Women's Press, 1988.

Dhondy, Farrukh, 1944- (England)
	Black swan. London: Gollancz, 1992. 192 p.

	Bombay duck. London: Cape, 1990. 316 p.; S.l.: Picar, 
	1991. 316 p.

	Come to Mecca and other stories. London: Collins, 1978. 
	125 p.; London: Fontana Lions, 1984. 125 p.

	East end at our feet. Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1976. 112 
	p.; Macmillan Education, 1988. 112 p.

	Poona company. London: Gollancz, 1980. 149 p.; New 
	Delhi: Penguin India, 1993. 149 p.

	The siege of Babylon. Basingstoke: Macmillan Education, 
	1978. 160 p. Young adult.

	Trip trap. London: Gollancz, 1982. 95 p.; London: 
	Fontana, 1984.

Divakaruni, Chitra Banerjee, 1953- (USA)
	Arranged marriage: stories. New York: Anchor Books, 
	1995. 307 p.

	Mistress of spices. New York: Anchor Books, 1997.

	Sister of my heart. New York: Doubleday, 1999.

Doodnath, Samuel, 1911- (Trinidad & Tobago)
	From India to Trinidad, Asha kidnapped. Trinidad: s.n., 
	1987. 101 p

	Indian prince and Chinese princess in love. Trinidad: 
	s.n., 1995. 104 p.

	Santiago & Kumar: first love fulfilled. Trinidad: s.n., 
	198? 119 p.

Dutt, Leela (England)
	Kingfisher blue. Cardiff: Attfield, 1996. 156 p.

	Mathison. Cardiff: Attfield, 1996. 206 p.

	Rubik's cube. Denbigh: Gee, 1984. 244 p.

Essop, Ahmed, 1931- (South Africa)
	The emperor: a novel. Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1984. 
	189 p.

	The Hajji and other stories. Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 
	1978.

	Hajji Musa and the Hindu fire-walker. Columbia: Readers 
	International, 1988.

	The king of hearts and other stories. Randburg, South 
	Africa: Ravan Press, 1997. 144 p.

	Noorjehan and other stories. Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 
	1990. 141 p.

	The visitation. Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1980. 98 p.

Fernando, Chitra, 1935- (Australia)
	Between worlds. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1988. 118 
	p.

	The golden bird & other stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1987. 78 p.

	Kundalini and other tales. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1986. 72 p.

	Three women. Colombo: Lake House Investments, 1983. 55 
	p.: Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1984. 59 p.

	Women there and here: progressions in six stories. 
	Sydney: Wordlink, 1994. 86 p.

Ganesan, Indira, 1960- (USA)
	Inheritance. London: Secker & Warburg, 1997. 152 p.; 
	New York; Alfred A. Knopf, 1998.

	The journey. New York: Knopf, 1990. 171 p.; London: 
	Secker & Warburg, 1990. 171 p.; London: Minerva, 1992. 
	171 p.

Ganesh, Kunjbehari, 1916- (South Africa)
	Stories about my people. Durban: Ratna Publishers, 
	1974. 79 p.

Ghatage, Shree (Canada)
	Awake when all the world is asleep: stories. Concord, 
	ON: Anansi, 1997. 165 p.

Ghose, Sudhindra Nath, 1899-1965. (England)
	And gazelles leaping. London: Michael Joseph, 1949. 288 
	p. Young adult.

	Cradle of the clouds. London: Michael Joseph, 1951. 304 
	p. Young adult.

	The flame of the forest. London: Michael Joseph, 1955, 
	288 p. Young adult.

	The vermilion boat. London: Michael Joseph, 1953. 302 
	p.; Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1992? 302 p. Young adult.

Books abouts Sudhindra Nath Ghose
	Narayan, Shyamala A., 1947-
	Sudhin N. Ghose. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann India 
	1973. 156 p.

	Narayan, Shyamala A., 1947-
	Sudhin N. Ghose. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1989. 83 
	p.

Ghose, Zulfikar, 1935- (USA)
	The beautiful empire. London: Macmillan, 1975. 383 p.

	Contradictions. London: Macmillan, 1966.

	Crumps terms. London: Macmillan, 1975. 224 p.

	The Deccan Queen. London: Hutchinson, 1987. 256 p.

	A different world. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press, 
	1979, 1984. 316 p.

	Don Bueno. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1984. 
	243 p.

	The fiction of reality. London: Macmillan Press, 1983. 
	146 p.

	Figures of enchantment. London: Hutchinson, 1986. 256 
	p.; New York: Harper, 1986. 256 p.

	Hulmes investigations into the Bogart script: a novel. 
	Austin, TX: Curbstone Press, 1981. 158 p.

	Incredible Brazilian trilogy = Native, 1972; Beautiful 
	empire, 1975; Different world, 1979?

	The murder of Khan. London: Macmillan, 1967. 315 	p.

	The native. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972.

	A new history of torment. New York: Holt, Rinehart & 
	Winston, 1982. 303 p.

	Statement against corpses. London: Constable, 1964. 
	Short stories by B.S. Johnson and Zulfikar Ghose.

	The triple mirror of the self. London: Bloomsbury, 
	1992. 342 p.; New Delhi: Penguin, 1994. v, 343 p.

	Veronica and the Gongora Passion. Forthcoming, 1998.

Ghosh, Amitav, 1956- (USA)
	The Calcutta chromosome: a novel of fevers, delirium 
	and discovery. Delhi: Ravi Dayal Pubs, 1996. 254 p.

	The circle of reason. New York: Viking, 1986. 423 p.; 
	London: Hamish Hamilton, 1986.; London: Penguin, 1994. 
	432 p.

	In an antique land. Delhi: Ravi Dayal Publisher, 1992. 
	393 p.

	The shadow lines. Delhi: Ravi Dayal Publisher, 1988. 
	252 p.; London: Bloomsbury Publications, 1988. 246 p.

Ghosh, Nirmal, 1959- (Singapore)
	Lord of the grassland. Singapore: Landmark Books, 1994. 
	79 p.

Gidwani, Bhagwan Shamdas, 1923- (Canada)
	Return of the Aryans. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 
	1994. xvii, 1944 p.

	The sword of Tipu Sultan: a historical novel about the 
	life and legend of Tipu Sultan of India. Bombay: 
	Allied Pub., 1976. xviii, 372 p.

Gill, Myrna Lakshmi, 1943- (Mrs. N.G. Godfrey) (Canada)
	The third infinitive. Toronto: TSAR, 1993. 

Gill, Sharam (England)
	The little guitar. Wolverhampton: Modesty Press, 1998, 
	c1995. 14 p.

	The mysterious guest. Wolverhampton: Modesty Press, 
	1998. 13 p.

Gill, Stephen Matthew (Canada)
	Immigrant: a novel. Cornwall, ON: Vesta, 1978. 121 p.; 
	New edition. Cornwall, ON: Vesta, 1982. 147 p.

	Life's vagaries: fourteen short stories. Cornwall, ON: 
	Vesta, 1974. 104 p.

	The loyalist city: a novel. Cornwall, ON: Vesta, 
	1979. 119 p.; 2nd ed., 1988

	Sketches of India. Cornwall, ON.: Vesta, 1980.

	Why: a novel. Cornwall, ON: Vesta, 1978. 154 p.

Books about Stephen Gill
	Hines, George
	Stephen Gill and his works. Cornwall, ON: Vesta, 1982.

Gill, Tarlochan Singh (Canada)
	An accident?: a novel based on experiences and 
	imagination of a South Asian immigrant in Canadian 
	hospital. New Delhi: Star Publications, 1997. 164 p.

Gilmore, Rachna, 1953- (Canada)
	A friend like Zilla. Toronto: Second Story Press, 1995.

Godfrey, Mrs. N.G. see Gill, Myrna Lakshmi

Gool, Reshard, 1931-1989. (pseud. Ved Devajee) (Canada)
	Cape Town Coolie. Toronto: TSAR, 1976.; ?: Heinemann 
	International, 1990. 224 p. Revised from: The price of 
	admission.

	The glass forehead. Cornwall, ON.: Vesta Publications, 
	1983.

	The nemesis casket. Charlottetown, PEI: Square Deal 
	Publication, 1979.

	The price. Charlottetown, PEI: Square Deal Publications, 
	1973.

	The price of admission. Charlottetown: PEI: Square Deal 
	Publ., 1973. Revised as: Cape Town coolie.

Gooneratne, Yasmine, 1935- (Australia)
	A change of skies. Picador: Pan Macmillan Publishers' 
	Australia, 1991; New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1992. 329 p.

	The pleasures of conquest. New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1995. 322 p.

Gosine, Vishnu Ramsamooj (Trinidad & Tobago)
	The coming of lights. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1992. 173 p. 
	young adult.
	
	My grandfather's story: an anthology of Caribbean 
	stories. St. James, Trinidad: Charran Educational 
	Publishers, 1985. 120 p.

Gulaya, Sunil K.S., 1950- (USA)
	Tales of illumination. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1991. 47 p.

Gunesekera, Romesh (England)
	Monkfish moon. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1992. 138 p.

	Reef. London: Granta Books, 1994. 192 p.; New Delhi: 
	Penguin India, 1994. 190 p.

	The sandglass. London: Granta Books, 1998. 278 p.

Gupta, Ashis, 1940- (Canada)
	Dying traditions. New Delhi: Spantech Publishers, 1992. 
	v, 318 p.

	The toymaker from Wiesbaden. New Delhi: Spantech & 
	Lancer, 1993. 148 p.

Gupta, Sunetra, 1965- (England)
	The glass blower's breath. New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1993. 266 p.; London: Orion, 1993. 266 p.; London: 
	Phoenix, 1994. v, 266 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books 
	India, 1993. 266 p.

	Memories of rain. New York: Weidenfeld, 1992. iv, 198 
	p.; London: Orion, 1992; New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1992. 198 p.

	Moonlight into marzipan. New Delhi; Penguin, 1995. 170 p.

Hejmadi, Padma see Perera, Padma Hejmadi

Holmstrom, Lakshmi (England)
	Kannagi: a modern version of Silappadikaram. Bombay: 
	Sangam Books, 1980. 111 p.

Hosein, Clyde, 1940- (Canada)
	The killing of Nelson John and other stories. London: 
	London Magazine Editions, 1980. 120 p.

Hussein, Aamer, 1955- (England)
	Mirror to the sun. London: Mantra, 1993. 223 p.

Islam, Syed Manzoorul, 1951- (England)
	The mapmakers of Spitalfields. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 
	1997. 144 p.

Itwaru, Arnold Harrichand (Canada)
	Shanti. Leeds: Peepal Tree Press, 1988.; New Delhi: 
	Penguin India, 1992. 161 p. Contains two novella's: 
	Shanti and The Unreturning.

Iyer, Pico, 1956- (USA)
	Cuba and the night. New York: Knopf, 1995. 233 p.

	http://www.amazon.com/pico-iyer-interview 

Jameelah, Maryam, 1934- (Pakistan)
	Ahmad Khalil: the biography of a Palestinian Arab 
	refugee. Lahore: Mohammad Yusuf Khan, 1968. xiii, 146 p.

Jeyaratnam, Philip (Singapore)
	Abraham's promise. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i 
	Press, 1996. Singapore: Times Books International, 
	1995.

	First loves. Singapore: Times Books International, 
	1987.

	Raffles place ragtime. Singapore: Times Books 
	International, 1988.

Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer, 1927- (USA)
	Amrita. New York: Norton, 1958. 283 p. ; London: John 
	Murray, 1965. 236 p. First published as: To whom she 
	will, 1955.

	A backward place, New York: Norton, 1965. 255 p.

	East into Upper East: plain tales from New York and New 
	Delhi: Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 1998. 314 p.

	Esmond in India. London: Allen and Unwin, 1958. 256 p.; 
	New York: Norton, 1958. 269 p.

	An experience of India. London: John Murray, 1972. 224 
	p.; New York: Norton, 1972. 220 p.

	Get ready for battle. London: John Murray, 1962. 224 
	p.; New York: Norton, 1962. 224 p.

	Heat and dust. London: John Murray, 1975. 187 p.; New 
	York: Harper and Row, 1976. 187 p.; Delhi: Hind Pocket 
	Books, n.d. 185 p.

	The householder. London: John Murray, 1960. 191 p.; New 
	York: Norton, 1960. 191 p.

	How I became a holy mother and other stories. London: 
	John Murray, 1976. 203 p.; New York: Harper and Row, 
	1976. 218 p.

	In search of love and beauty. London: J. Murray, 1983. 
	227 p.

	Like birds, like fishes and other stories. London: John 
	Murray, 1963. 224 p.; New York: Norton, 1964. 224 p.

	The nature of passion. London: Allen and Unwin, 1956, 
	269 p.; New York: Norton, 1957. 267 p.

	A new dominion. London: John Murray, 1972. 224 p. 
	Published in US as: Travellers

	Out of India. New York: Morrow, 1986. 288 p.

	Poet and dancer. New ed. London: Penguin, 1994. 208 p.

	Shards of memory. London: Murray, 1995. 272 p.

	A stronger climate: nine short stories. London: John 
	Murray, 1968. 214 p.

	The three continents. London: John Murray, 1987.

	To whom she will. London: Allen and Unwin, 1955. 304 
	p. Published in the US as: Amrita, see above.

	Travellers. New York: Harper and Row, 1973. 247 p. 
	Published in England as: A new dominion. see above

Books about Ruth Prawer Jhabvala
	Bijawat, Radha.
	The evolving image of India in the novels of Mrs. Ruth 
	P. Jhabvala. New Delhi: Classical Pub. Co., 1997. vii, 
	196 p.

	Chakravarti, Aruna
	Ruth Prawer Jhabvala: a study in empathy and exile. 
	Delhi: B.R. Pub. Corp., 1998. xii, 285 p.

	Prakash, Nirmala C.
	Thematic patterns in the novels of Kamala Markanadaya 
	and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. Jaipur: Classic Publications, 
	1997. 150 p.

	Rai, Sudha, 1952-
	Homeless by choice: Naipaul, Jhabvala, Rushdie & 
	India. Jaipur, India: Printwell, 1992. 215 p.

Kabal, A.M., pseud. see Bhabra, Hargurchet Singh, 1955-

Kamani, Ginu, 1962- (USA)
	Junglee girl. San Francisco: Aunt Lute Books, 1995. 195 
	p.; New Delhi: Penguin, 1995. 195 p.

Kapur, Kamlesh (USA)
	The lost generation. Flushing, NY: East-West View 
	Publications, 1994. x, 206 p.

Kapur, Manju (England)
	Difficult daughters. London: Faber, 1998. 262 p.

Karmakar, Basanti (Singapore)
	Love in the throes of tradition: a novel. Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1990. 253 p.

	Love's fearful passage. Singapore: Yang Publishers, 
	1993.

Karodia, Farida (Canada)
	Against an African sky and other stories. Cape Town: 
	D. Philip, 1995. 178 p.

	Coming home and other stories. London: Heinemann, 1986. 
	185 p.

	Daughter of the twilight. London: The Women's Press, 
	1986. 185 p.

	A shattering of silence. Oxford: Heinemann, 1993. 216 p.

Kempadoo, Manghanita (Guyana)
	Letters of thanks. London: Collins, 1969. 32 p. New 
	York: Simon & Schuster, 1986.

Kempadoo, Peter (Guyana) (pseud. Lauchmonen)
	Guiana boy. Sussex: New Literature, 1960. 172 p.

	Old Thom's harvest. London: Eyre and Spottiswood, 1965. 
	195 p.

Khan, Adib Zaman (Australia)
	Seasonal adjustments. St. Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 
	1994. 297 p.

	Solitude of illusions. St. Leonards, NSW; Allen & 
	Unwin, 1996. 268 p.

Khan, Ismith, 1925- (USA)
	The crucifixion. Leeds: Peepal Tree Press, 1986?. 132 p.

	A day in the country and other stories. Leeds: Peepal 
	Tree Press, 1994. 142 p.

	The jumbie bird. London: MacGibbon and Kee, 1961. 224 
	p.; New York: Obolensky, 1962; London: Longman, 1974, 
	1985. xviii, 190 p.

	The Obeah man. London: Hutchinson, 1964. 191 p.; 
	Toronto: TSAR, 1995.

Khanna, Balraj, 1940- (England)
	A nation of fools, or, Scenes from Indian life. 
	London: Michael Joseph, 1984. 252 p.

	Sweet chillies. London: Constable, 1991. 267 p.; New 
	Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1993. 267 p.

Khanna, Savitri and K.L. Sadanah
	Prejudice of ages and other stories. Cornwall, ON: 
	Vesta Publications, 1979. viii, 235 p.

Khemraj, Harischandra (Guyana)
	Cosmic dance. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1994. 288 p.

Khuller, Ray, 1944- (Canada)
	Mission of honour. New Delhi: Lance Publishers, 1992. 
	ix, 342 p.

Kirchner, Bharti (USA)
	Sharmila's book. New York: Dutton, 1999.

	Shiva dancing. New York: Dutton, 1998. 327 p.

Kulatunga, Sita (Nigeria)
	Dari, the third wife. Dehiwala: Sridevi Printers, 1992. 
	126 p.

Kumar, Naini (England)
	The silent journey. Lewes: Book Guild, 1997. 90 p.

Kureishi, Hanif (England)
	The black album. London: Faber & Faber, 1994. 230 p.

	The buddha of suburbia. London: Faber and Faber, 1990. 
	288 p.; New York: Viking, 1990.

	Love in a blue time. London: Faber & Faber, 1997. 212 
	p.; New York: Scribner, 1997.

An interview with Hanif Kureishi: 
	http://www.walrus.com/~adnan/kureishi.html

Ladha, Yasmin (Canada)
	Lion's granddaughter and other stories. Edmonton: 
	NeWest Press, 1992.

Ladoo, Harold Sonny, 1945-1973. (Trinidad & Tobago)
	No pain like this body. Toronto: Anansi, 1972. 141 p.; 
	London: Heinemann, 1987.

	Yesterdays. Toronto: Anansi, 1974. 110 p.

Lahiri, Jhumpa (USA)
	Interpreter of maladies. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 
	1999.

	A real durwan and other stories. Thesis, M.A. Boston: 
	Boston University, 1993. iii, 99 leaves.

Lall, Arthur Samuel, 1911- (USA)
	The house at Adampur: a story of modern India. New 
	York: Knopf, 1956. 245 p.

	Seasons of Jupiter: a novel of India. New York: Harper, 
	1958. 253 p.; New York: Greenwood Press, 1971.

Langley, Lee, 1932- (England)
	A house in Pondicherry. London: Heinemann, 1995. 275 p

	Persistent rumours. London: Heinemann, 1992. 294 p.

Lannoy, Violet Dias, d. 1973. (England)
	Pears from the willow tree: a novel. Edited by C.L. 
	Innes. Washington, DC: Three Continents Press, 1989.

Lauchmonen, pseud. see Peter Kempadoo

Leitao, Lino (Canada)
	Collected short stories. New York: Carlton Press, 1972. 
	93 p.

	Gift of the holy cross. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1998. 260 
	p.

	Goan tales. Cornwall, ON.: Vesta Publications, 1977. 
	113 p.

	Six tales. Cornwall, ON.: Vesta Publications, 1980. 82 
	p.

Lokuge, Chandani (Australia)
	Moth and other stories. Sydney: Hebden Bridge: 	Dangaroo, 
1992. 101 p.

Lopes, Damian (Canada)
	St. Anthony's children. Forthcoming, 1998

Lucas, Russell (England)
	Evenings at Mongini's and other stories. London: 
	Heinemann, 1990. 261 p.

	The ice factory. London: Mandarin, 1994. 246 p.

	Lip service: an Oedipal fable. London: William 
	Heinemann, 1991. 288 p.

Mahabir, Dennis Jules, 1920- (Trinidad & Tobago)
	The cutlass is not for killing. New York: Vantage 
	Press, 1971.

Mahabir, Harold Gilks (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Of things, sketches and reflections. West Covina, CA: R 
	& R Pub., 1994. iv, 98 p.

Maharaj, Clem (Trinidad & Tobago)
	The dispossessed. London: Heinemann, 1992. 137 p.

Maharaj, Rabindranath, 1955- (Canada)
	Homer in flight. Fredericton, NB.: Goose Lane, 1997. 
	323 p.

	The interloper. Fredericton, NB.: Goose Lane, 1995. 181 p.

	The writer and his wife and other stories. Leeds: 
	Peepal Tree, 1996. 180 p.

Mandava, Bhargavi C. (USA)
	Where the oceans meet. Seattle: Seal Press, 1996.

Mangala, Christine, 1944- (Australia)
	The firewalkers. S.l.: Aquila Books LTD, 1991. 256 p.

Maniam, K.S., 1948- (Malaysia)
	Arriving-- and other stories. Singapore: Times Books 
	International, 1995. 148 p.

	Haunting the tiger. London: Skoob, 1996. xii, 231 p.

	A hundred years after and other stories. Singapore: 
	Times International, 199?

	In a far country. London: Skoob Books, 1993. xvi, 205 p.

	Plot, The aborting, Parablames and other stories. Kuala 
	Lumpur: AMK Interaksi, 1989. 159 p.

	The return. Kuala Lumpur: Heinemann Asia, 1981. 185 p.

	Sensuous horizons: the stories and the plays. London: 
	Skoob Books, 1994. xv, 241p.

	The third child. Singapore: Times International, 199?

Mara, Rachna (Canada)
	Of customs and excise: short fiction. Toronto: Second 
	Story Press, 1991. 119 p.

Maraj, Ralph, 1949- (Trinidad & Tobago)
	The missing file. Trinidad: s.n., 1983.

Markandaya, Kamala, 1924- (England)
	The coffer dams. New York: John Day, 1969. 256 p.; 
	Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1969; London: Hamish 	Hamilton, 
	1969. 226 p; New York: Fawcett, 1971.

	The golden honeycomb. London: Chatto and Windus, 1977. 
	468 p.

	A handful of rice. Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1985. 236 
	p. Reprint of 1966 ed.

	Nectar in a sieve. London: Putnam, 1954. 248 p.; New 
	York: John Day, 1954; Bombay: Jaico, 1965.; New York: 
	Signet, 1967.

	The nowhere man. New York: John Day, 1972.; London: 
	Allen Cane, 1973. 319 p.; New Delhi: Orient Longman, 
	1975.

	Pleasure city. London: Chatto & Windus, 1982. 341 p. 
	Published in U.S. as Shalimar.

	Possession. London: Putnam, 1962. 249 p.; New York: 	John 
	Day, 1963.; Bombay: Jaico, 1971. 239 p.

	Shalimar. New York: Harper & Row, 1983. 341 p. 	Published 
	in England as Pleasure City.

	A silence of desire. New York: John Day, 1960. 224 p.; 
	New Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1965.

	Some inner fury. London: Putnam, 1955.; New York: John 
	Day, 1955. 286 p.; New York: Signet, 1967.; Bombay: 
	Jaico, 1971. 212 p.

	Two virgins. New York: John Day, 1973. 250 p.; London: 
	Chatto and Windus,1974, 250 p.; New Delhi: Tarang 
	Paperbacks, 1984. 250 p.

Books about Kamala Markandaya
	Afzal-Khan, Fawzia, 1958-
	Cultural imperialism and the Indo-English novel: genre 
	and ideology in R.K. Narayan, Anita Desai, Kamala 
	Markandaya, and Salman Rushdie. University Park, PA: 
	Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993. x, 194 p.

	Chadha, Ramesh
	Cross-cultural interaction in Indian-English fiction: a 
	study of the novels of Ruth Jhabvala and Kamala 
	Markandaya. New Delhi: National Book Organization, 
	1988.

	Jha, Rekha
	The novels of Kamala Markandaya and Ruth Prawar 
	Jhabvala. New Delhi: Prestige Books, 1990.

	Rao, A.V. Krishna
	The Indo-Anglian novel and the changing tradition: a 
	study of the novels of Mulk Raj Anand, Kamala 
	Markandaya, R.K. Narayan and Rajo Rao---1930-1964. 
	Mysore: Rao and Raghavan, 1972.

Massey, Sujata, 1964- (USA)
	The flower master. New York: HarperCollins, 1998.

	The salaryman's wife. New York: HarperPaperbacks, 1997. 
	1 vol.

	Zen attitude. New York: HarperPaperbacks, 1998. 312 p.

Mathai, Manorama, 1936- (Thailand)
	Lilies that fester. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1988. 
	167 p. 

	Mulligatawny soup. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1993. 150 
	p.

Mathur, Ashok (Canada)
	Once upon an elephant. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 
	1998.

Mathur, Kanwar Bahadur, 1928- (France)
	Rainbow of life: a collection of short stories. New 
	Delhi: Sanchar Publishing House, 1993. x, 174 p.

Meer, Ameena, 1964- (USA)
	Bombay talkie. New York: High Risk Books, 1994. 273 p.

Mehmood, Tariq (England)
	A hand on the sun. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1983.

Mehta, Gita (USA)
	Raj: a novel. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1989; Bombay: 
	India Book Distributors, 1989. 463 p.; London: Mandarin 
	Paperbacks, 1990. 480 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books, 
	1994.

	The river sutra. New York: N.A. Talese, 1993.; A river 
	sutra. London: Minerva, 1994. 276 p.; River sutra. New 
	Delhi: Penguin, 1993. 282 p.

Mehta, Ved Parkash, 1934- (USA)
	Delinquent chacha: a novel. New Delhi: Penguin, 1991. 
	115 p. Reprint of 1969.

	Three stories of the Raj. Berkeley: Scolar, 1986? 62 p.

Menen, Aubrey, 1912-1989. (England)
	The abode of love: the conception, financing, and daily 
	routine of an English harem in the middle of the 19th 
	century described in the form of a novel. New York: 
	Scribner, 1956. 214 p.

	The backward bride: a Sicilian scherzo. New York: 
	Scribner, 1950. 180 p.

	A conspiracy of women. New York: Random House,1 965. 
	244 p.

	Dead man in the Silver Market. New York: Scribner, 
	1953. 203 p.

	The Duke of Gallodoro: a novel. New York: Scribner, 
	1952. 232 p.

	The fig tree. New York: Scribner, 1959. 192 p.

	Fonthill: a comedy. New York: Putnam,1974. 223 p.

	The prevalence of witches: a novel. New York: 
	Scribner,1948. 250 p.

	SheLa: a satire. New York: Random House, 1962. 172 p.

	The stumbling stone. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 
	1949. 253 p.

Miri, Sujata (USA)
	Days and nights. New Delhi: National Publishing House, 
	1996. 145 p.

Mistry, Rohinton, 1952- (Canada)
	A fine balance. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1995.

	Such a long journey. London: Faber & Faber, 1990. 339 
	p.; New York: Knopf, 1991. 352 p.; Calcutta: Rupa & 	Co., 
1991. 339 p.

	Swimming lessons, with other stories from Firozsha 
	Baag. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1989. 250 p. Reprint 
	of: Tales from Firozsha Baag. 1987.
	
	Tales from Firozsha Baag. Ontario: Penguin Books 
	Canada, 1987. 250 p.

Books about Rohinton Mistry
	The fiction of Rohinton Mistry: critical studies. 
	Edited by Jaydipsinh Dodiya. New Delhi: Prestige books, 
	1998. 136 p.

Mohammed, Sharlowe (Trinidad & Tobago)
	The elect. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1992. 180 p.

	Requiem for a village; &, Apartheid love. Trinidad: 
	Inprint Caribbean, 1982. 78 & 70 p.

Mohanraj, Mary Anne, 1971- (USA)
	Torn shapes of desire: internet erotica. Drexel Hill, 
	PA: Intangible Assets Manufacturing, 1996. 

Monar, Rooplall, 1947- (Guyana)
	Backdam people. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1985. 96 p.

	Estate people: a collection of short stories. 
	Georgetown, Guyana: Roraima Publishers, 1994. iv, 70 p.

	High house and radio. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1992. 176 p.

	Janjhat. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1989. 141 p.

	Ramsingh Street. Georgetown, Guyana: R. Singh in 
	conjunction with the Associations of Guyanese Writers 
	and Artists, 1998. 88 p.

Moorthy, Nirmala (USA)
	Maya. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1997. 352 p.

Mootoo, Shani, 1957- (Canada)
	Cereus blooms at night. Vancouver, BC: Press Gang 
	Publishers, 1996.

	Out on Main Street & other stories. Vancouver, BC: 
	Press Gang Publishers, 1993. 122 p.

Mukerjee, Ruchira (England)
	Toad in my garden. London: Picador, 1998. 218 p.

Mukherjee, Bharati, 1940- (USA)
	Darkness. New York: Penguin, 1985. 199 p.; New Delhi: 
	Penguin Books India, 1990. 199 p.

	The holder of the world. New York: Knopf, 1993.; New 
	Delhi: Viking India, 1993. 286 p.

	Jasmine. Markham, ON: Viking, 1989.; New Delhi: 
	Penguin Books India, 1990. 248 p.

	Leave it to me. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1997.

	The middle man and other stories. New York: Grove 
	Press, 1988. 197 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 
	1990. 208 p.

	The tiger's daughter. New Delhi: Penguin Books (India), 
	1990. 210 p. Originally published: 1973.

	Wanting America: selected stories. Stuttgart: P. 
	Reclam, 1995. 123 p. Stories selected from Darkness, 
	1972.

	Wife. New Delhi: Penguin Books (India), 1990. 213 p. 
	Originally published 1975.

Books about Bharati Mukherjee
	Alam, Fakrul
	Bharati Mukherjee. New York: Twayne Publishers, 1996.

	The fiction of Bharati Mukherjee: a critical symposium. 
	Edited by R.K. Dhawan. New Delhi: 	Prestige, 1996. 223 
	p.

Mulloo, Anand, 1936- (Mauritius)
	Give me back my son. Forthcoming.

	Watch them go down. St.Port Louis: Mauritius Writers' 
	Association, 1967.

Murari, Timeri N., 1941- (USA)
	Enduring affairs. New Delhi: Viking Books, 1990. 333 p.

	The field of honor: a novel. New York: Simon & 	Schuster, 
	1981. 318 p.

	The imperial agent. Sevenoaks: New English Library, 
	1987. 528 p.

	The last victory. London: New English Library, 1988. 
	336 p.

	Lovers are not people. New York: Morrow, 1978. 180 p.

	The marriage. London and Delhi: Macmillan, 1973. 285 p.

	The oblivion tapes. New York: Berkeley Pub. Corp., 
	1978. 245 p.

	The shooter. Sevenoaks: New English Library, 1984. 224 
	p.

	Steps from paradise. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1988. 
	487 p.

	Taj: a novel. Sevenoaks: New English Library, 	1985. 
	336 p.

Naik, Balwant (England)
	Passage from Uganda. Southall: Naik and Sons, 1997. 195 
	p.

Naipaul, Seepersad, 1906-1953. (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Gurudeva and other Indian tales. Port of Spain: 
	Trinidad Publications, 1943. 72 p.; The adventures of 
	Gurudeva and other stories. London: Deutsch, 1976. 200 
	p.

Naipaul, Shiva, 1945-1985. (England)
	The chip-chip gatherers. London: Deutsch, 1973. 320 p.

	Fireflies. London: Deutsch, 1970. 416 p.

	A hot country. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1983. 185 p.

Naipaul, Vidiadhar Surajprasad, 1932- (England)
	A bend in the river. London: Deutsch, 1979. 296 p.

	The enigma of arrival: a novel. New York: Knopf, 1987. 
	354 p.

	A flag on the island. London: Deutsch, 1967. 235 p.; 
	Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1975.

	Guerrillas. London: Deutsch, 1975. 248 p.

	A house for Mr. Biswas. London: Deutsch, 1961. 531 p.; 
	New Delhi: Penguin India, 1996. 589 p.

	In a free state. London: Deutsch, 1971. 256 p.

	Miguel street. London: Deutsch, 1959. 222 p.

	The mimic men. London: Deutsch, 1967. 301 p.

	Mr. Stone and the knight's companion. London: Deutsch, 
	1963. 160 p.

	The mystic masseur. London: Deutsch, 1957. 215 p.; New 
	York: Vanguard Press, 1959. 

	The suffrage of Elvira. London: Deutsch, 1958. 240 p.

	A way in the world. New Delhi: Heinemann, 1994. 370 p.; 
	Toronto: Minerva, 1995.

Books about Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul
	Rai, Sudha, 1952-
	Homeless by choice: Naipaul, Jhabvala, Rushdie & 
	India. Jaipur, India: Printwell, 1992. 215 p.

	White, Landeg
	V.S. Naipaul: a critical introduction. New York: 
	Barnes & Noble Books, 1975.

	Hamner, Robert D.
	V. S. Naipaul. New York: Twayne, 1973.

	Walsh, William, 1916-
	V. S. Naipaul. New York: Barnes & Noble Books 1973.

	Thorpe, Michael
	V. S. Naipaul. Edited by Ian Scott-Kilvert. Harlow: 
	Published for the British Council by Longman Group, 
	1976.

	Theroux, Paul
	V. S. Naipaul, an introduction to his work. New York:
	Africana Pub. Corp., 1972.

Namjoshi, Suniti, 1941- (England)
	Aditi and the one eyed monkey. London: Sheba, 1986. 64 
	p.

	The blue donkey fables. London: Women's Press, 1988. 
	128 p.

	The conversations of cow. New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 199? 
	128 p.

	Feminist fables. Drawings by Susan Trangmar. London: 
	Sheba Feminist Publishers, 1981. 123 p.; new ed. 
	London: Virago, 1994. 144 p.

	Feminist fables: Saint Suniti and the dragon. New 
	Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1995. 239 p.

	The mothers of Maya Diip. London: Women's Press, 1989. 
	146 p.

	Saint Suniti and the dragon and other fables. London: 
	Virago, 1994. 144 p.

Naqvi, Tahira (USA)
	Attar of roses and other stories of Pakistan. Boulder, 
	CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1997. v, 145 p.

Narain, Harry (Guyana)
	Grass-root people: thirteen stories on one theme. La 
	Habana, Cuba: Ediciones Casa de las Americas, 1981. 109 
	p.

Narayan, Kirin (USA)
	Love, stars and all that. New York: Pocket Books, 
	1994.; New Delhi: Penguin India, 1994. viii, 311 p.; 
	London: Piatkus, 1995. 311 p.

Narine, Edmund (Trinidad & Tobago)
	First memories of mildew. Thesis. M.A. Boston: Boston 
	University, 1988. iii, 82 leaves.

	Mudrites and mildew. Wellesley: MA: Calalous 
	Publications, 1994. vi, 73 p.

Narine, Harricharan (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Days gone by. San Fernando: Unique Services, 1976? 85 
	p.; Days gone by: the story of a boy in rural Trinidad. 
	London: Macmillan, 1977.

Nayak, Meena Arora (USA)
	In the aftermath: a novel. New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1992. ix, 177 p.

Nazareth, Peter, 1940- (USA)
	The general is up: a novel. Calcutta: P. Lal, 1984. 	190 p.

	In a brown mantle. Nairobi: Kenya Literature Bureau, 
	1981. viii, 156 p.

Nigam, Sanjay (USA)
	The non-resident Indian and other stories. New Delhi: 
	Penguin India, 1996.

	The snake charmer: a novel. New York: W. Morrow & Co., 
	1998. 223 p.

Ondaatje, Michael, 1943- (Canada)
	Coming through slaughter. Toronto: Anansi, 1976.

	The English patient. London: Bloomsbury, 1992. 307 p.

	In the skin of a lion. New York: Knopf, 1987.; Toronto: 
	Penguin, 1994. 244 p.

Padayachee, Deena, 1953- (South Africa)
	A voice from the cauldron. S.l.: s.n., 1986. 48 p.

	What's love got to do with it? and other stories. 
	Johannesburg: COSAW Pub., 1992. 171 p.

Parameswaran, Uma, 1938- (Canada)
	The door I shut behind me: selected fiction, poetry and 
	drama. New Delhi: Affiliated East-West, 1990. vii, 143 
	p.

Parivaraj, P. (England)
	Shiva & Arun. Swaffham: Gay Men's Press, 1998. 160 p.

Parmasad, Kenneth Vidia (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Indian folk tales of the Caribbean: a first collection: 
	salt and roti. Researched and retold by Kenneth Vidia 
	Parmasad. Charlieville, Chaguanas, Trinidad: Sankh 
	Publications, 1984. xxii, 131 p.

Perera, Padma Hejmadi, 1939- (USA)
	Birthday, deathday and other stories. London: Women's 
	Press, 1985. 178 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1992. 
	178 p.
	
	Coigns of vantage. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1972. 
	137 p.

	Dr. Salaam & other stories of India. Santa Barbara, CA: 
	Capra Press, 1978. 137 p.

Perkins, Mitali Bose (USA)
	The Sunita experiment. Boston: Joy Street Books/Little 
	Brown & Co., 1993. 179 p. Young adult

Persaud, Lakshmi (USA)
	Sastra. Leeds: Peepal Tree Books, 1993. 273 p.

	Butterfly in the wind. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1990. 208 p.

Persaud, Sasenarine (Canada)
	Dear death. Leeds: Peepal Tree Press, 1989. 119 p.

	The ghost of Bellow's man. Leeds: Peepal Tree Press, 
	1992. 157 p.

	Canada geese & apple chutney: stories. Toronto: TSAR, 
	1998.

Pillai, Raymond C., 1942- (Fiji)
	The celebration: collection of short stories. Suva: Mana 
	and South Pacific Creative Arts Society, 1980.

Rafique, Syed Tariq Daud, 1937- (England)
	Pakistan: how it all came about and other stories. 
	London: Erlingen, 1994. 176 p.

Rahaman, Vashanti (Trinidad & Tobago)
	A little salmon for witness: a story from Trinidad. New 
	York: Lodestar Books, 1997. 1 v.

Rajan, Balachandra, 1920- (Canada)
	The dark dancer. London: Heinemann & the Book Society, 
	1958.

	Too long in the West. London: Heinemann, 1961.

Rajendran, A., 1955- (Singapore)
	Thiru's story. Singapore: Gatehouse Pub., 1995. 249 p.

Ramanujan, Molly, 1932- (pseud. Shouri Daniels) (USA)
	A city of children and other stories. Delhi: Chanakya 
	Publications, 1986. 185 p.

	A salt doll. Delhi: Vikas, 1977. 191 p.

Ramathal, Solomon Nidanappa, 1933- (USA)
	The story makers of those tormenting days. Raleigh, NC.: 
	S.N. Ramathal, 1989- . Vol. 1: Karnataka South 	India. xxx, 
	405 p.

Ramaya, Shona (USA)
	Beloved mother, queen of the night. London: Martin 
	Secker & Warburg, 1993; New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 
	1994. 261 p.

	Flute. New York: Viking, 1989. 264 p.

Ramdayal, R. (Mauritius)
	Lilawatee: a tale. Port-Louis: Modern Printing 	Estab., 
	1923. 34 p.

Ramdoyal, Ramesh Dutt, 1939- (Mauritius)
	More tales from Mauritius. London: Macmillan Press, 
	1981. iv, 74 p.

	Tales from Mauritius. Edited by Rodney Phillips. Moka, 
	Mauritius: Edition de l'ocean Indien, 1979. 73 p.

Ramkeesoon, Peter, d. 1988. (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Sunday morning coming down. Port of Spain, Trinidad: 
	Scope Pub. Caribbean, 1975. 123 p.; Sunday morning 
	coming down: The cannibals. ; Rev. & edited by Leslie 
	A. Toby. 2nd. ed. St. Ann's: Scope-91 Pub,1991. ix, 73 
	p.

Randhawa, Ravinder, 1952- (England)
	A wicked old woman. London: Women's Press, 1987.; 
	Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1993. 207 p.

	Hari-jan. London: Mantra, 1995.

Rao, Kanatur Bhaskara, 1926- (USA)
	Candle against the wind. Bangalore: K.B. Rao, 1963. 	259 p.

	Husband, lover, holy man: an intercultural comedy. 
	Yarmouth, ME.: Intercultural Press, 1992. 176 p.

	Yachts, hamburgers and a Hindu: a summer escapade. 
	Bangalore: K.B. Rao, 1962. 190 p.

Rao, Raja, 1909- (USA)
	The cat and Shakespeare. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 
	1992. 104 p. 1st published 1971.

	The chessmaster and his moves. New Delhi: Vision Books, 
	1988. 735 p. 1st vol. of projected trilogy.

	Comrade Kirillov. New Delhi: Vision Books, 1976.

	The cow of the barricades and other stories. Madras: 
	Oxford University Press, 1947.

	Kanthapura. 2nd ed. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 
	1989. vi, 190 p. Reprint of 2nd ed. 1974.; Delhi: 
	Orient Paperbacks, 1992. 184 p.

	On the Ganga ghat. New Delhi: Vision Books, 1989. 131 
	p.

	The policeman and the rose: stories. Delhi: Oxford 
	University Press, 1978.

	The serpent and the rope. London: Murray, 1960; New 
	York: Pantheon, 1963; Delhi: Oxford University Press, 
	1978; New York: Overlook, 1986.

Books about Raja Rao
	Agnihotra, G.N.
	Indian life and problems in the novels of Mulk Raj 
	Anand, Raja Rao and R.K. Narayan. Meerut: Shalabh Book 
	House, 1984.

	Bhattacharya, P.C.
	Indo-Anglian literature and the works of Raja Rao. 
	Delhi: Atma Ram, 1983.

	Narasimhaiah, C.D.
	Raja Rao. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 1973.

	Niranjan, Shiva
	Raj Rao: novelist as sadhaka. Ghaziabad: Vimal, 1985

	Niven, Alastair
	Truth within fiction: a study of Raja Rao's "The 
	serpent and the rope." Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1987.

	Perspectives on Raja Rao: an anthology of critical 
	essays. Edited by K.K. Sharma. Ghaziabad: Vimal, 1980.

	Rao, A.V. Krishna
	The Indo-Anglian novel and the changing tradition: a 
	study of the novels of Mulk Raj Anand, Kamala 
	Markandaya, R.K. Narayan and Raja Rao, 1930-64. 
	Mysore: Rao and Raghavan, 1972.

	Rao, K.R. 
	The fiction of Raja Rao. Aurangabad: Parimal, 1980.

	Sharma, J.P.
	Raja Rao: a visionary. Meerut: Shalabh Book House, 
	1980.

	Srivastava, Narsingh
	The mind and art of Raja Rao. Bareilly: Prakash Book 
	Depot, 1980.

Ratnam, Raja (Australia). Pseud. Arasa
	Destiny will out. Seaforth, Australia: Minerva Press, 
	1997. 159 p.

Rau, Santha Rama, 1923- (USA)
	The adventuress. New York: Harper and Row, 1970; 
	London: Joseph, 1971.

	Remember the house. New York: Harper Books, 1956; 
	London: Victor Gollancz, 1956.

Reddy, Jayapraga (South Africa)
	On the fringe of dreamtime and other stories. 
	Johannesburg: Skotaville Publishers, 1987. iv, 4, 120 
	p.

Rohini (England)
	To do something beautiful. London: Sheba Feminist 
	Press, 1990. 224 p.

Roy-Bhattacharya, Joydeep (England)
	The Gabriel Club. London: Granta, 1998. 1 vol.

Rushdie, Salman, 1947- (England)
	East, west. London: Jonathan Cape, 1994. 216 p.; New 
	York: Pantheon Books, 1994. 214 p.

	Haroun and the sea of stories. New York: Granta Books 
	in association with Viking, 1991. 219 p.

	Grimus: a novel. London: Gollancz, 1975. 319 p.; 
	Woodstock: Overlook Press, 1982. 319 p.

	Midnight's children. New York: Knopf, 1981. 446 p.

	The Moor's last sigh. Toronto: Alfred A. Knopf Canada, 
	1995.

	The Satanic verses. New York: Viking, 1989.

	Shame. London: Cape, 1983. 287 p.

Books about Rushdie, Salman 
	Afzal-Khan, Fawzia, 1958-
	Cultural imperialism and the Indo-English novel: genre 
	and ideology in R.K. Narayan, Anita Desai, Kamala 
	Markandaya, and Salman Rushdie. University Park, PA: 
	Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993. x, 194 p.

	Aghassi, Hamid H. Mirza
	Fallacies of Satanic verses: Rushdiesm on trial. S.l.: 
	Tarmasal, 1994. 591 p.

	Akhtar, Shabbir, 1960-
	Be careful with Muhammad!: the Salman Rushdie affair. 
	London: Bellew Pub., 1989. 136 p.

	Brennan, Timothy, 1953-
	Salman Rushdie and the Third World: myths of the 
	nation. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989. xv, 203 p.

	Goonetilleke, D.C.R.A.
	Salman Rushdie. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1995. 160 p.

	Harrison, James, 1927-
	Salman Rushdie. New York: Twayne Publishers, 1992. xiv, 
	148 p.

	Khan, Yunus
	Answer to Salman Rushdie's satanic verses. Lahore: 
	Combine Graphics, 1995. xxvi, 417 p.

	Kumar, Girja, 1925-
	Censorship in India: with special reference to the 
	Satanic verses and Lady Chatterley's lover. New Delhi: 
	Har-Anand Publications in association with Vikas Pub. 
	House, 1990. 182 p.

	Kuortti, Joel.
	The Salman Rushdie bibliography: a bibliography of 
	Salman Rushdie's work and Rushdie criticism. New York: 
	P. Lang, 1997. 241 p.

	Mazrui, Ali AlAmin
	The Satanic verses, or a Satanic novel?: the moral 
	dilemmas of the Rushdie affair. Greenpoint, NY: 
	Committee of Muslim Scholars and Leaders of North 
	America, 1989. 34 p.

	Mehdi, Mohammad Taki.
	Islam and intolerance: reply to Salman Rushdie. New 
	York: New World Press, 1989. 91 p.

	Notes: For Rushdie: essays by Arab and Muslim writers 
	in defense of free speech. New York: George Braziller, 
	1994. 302 p.

	Omer, Mutaharunnisa
	The Holy prophet and the Satanic slander. Madras: The 
	Women's Islamic Social and Educational Service Trust, 
	1989. 152 p.

	Parameswaran, Uma
	The perforated sheet: essays on Salman Rushdie's art. 
	New Delhi: Affiliated East-West Press, 1988. vi, 89 p.

	Pipes, Daniel, 1949-
	The Rushdie affair: the novel, the Ayatollah, and the 
	West. New York: Carol Pub. Group, 1990; New Delhi: 
	Voice of India, 1998. xix, 322 p.

	Rai, Sudha, 1952-
	Homeless by choice: Naipaul, Jhabvala, Rushdie & India 
	Jaipur, India: Printwell, 1992. 215 p.

	Reading Rushdie: perspectives on the fiction of Salman 
	Rushdie. Edited by M.D. Fletcher. Amsterdam ; Atlanta, 
	GA: Rodopi, 1994. 400 p.

	The Rushdie file. Edited by Lisa Appignanesi and Sara 
	Maitland. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1990. 
	xv, 266 p.

	The Rushdie letters: freedom to speak, freedom to 
	write. Edited by Steve MacDonogh in association with 
	Article 19. Dingle: Brandon Book Publishers Ltd., 1993. 
	189 p.

	Ruthven, Malise
	A Satanic affair: Salman Rushdie and the wrath of 
	Islam. Rev. and updated ed. London: Hogarth, 1991. 210 
	p. Previous ed. published in 1990 under title: Satanic 
	affair, Salman Rushdie and the rage of Islam.

	Sacrilege versus civility: Muslim perspectives on the 
	Satanic Verses affair. Edited by M. M. Ahsan and A. R 
	Kidwai. Leicester, UK: Islamic Foundation, 1991. 383 
	p.

	Three contemporary novelists: Khushwant Singh, Chaman 
	Nahal, Salman Rushdie. Edited by R.K. Dhawan. New 
	Delhi: Classical Pub. Co., 1985. x, 230 p.

	Weatherby, William J.
	Salman Rushdie: sentenced to death. New York: Carroll & 
	Graf Publishers, 1990. 258 p.

Salman Rushdie websites
	http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/anglophone/satanic_verses/index.html
	http://www.crl.com/~subir/rushdie.html

Sadasing, Dhunvir, 1941- (Mauritius)
	The bloodless battle. Burnley: Collingwood House, 1983. 
	243 p.

	Heritage. Burnley: Wardell Publicity Bureau, 1983. 269 
	p.

	Horror in parish. Burnley: Wardell Publicity Bureau, 
	1983. viii, 303 p.

	The torture. Burnley: D. Sadasing, 1986. 375 p.

	A vicious circle. Burnley: Wardell Publicity Bureau, 
	1983. 196 p.

Sadeek, Sheik M., 1921- (Guyana)
	Across the green fields and five other stories: a short 
	story collection. Georgetown, Guyana: Sadeek, 1974. 37 
	p.

	Bundarie boy. Rev. ed. Georgetown, Guyana: Sadeek, 
	1976. 86 p.; same, 1980. 86 p.

	The diamond thieves and 4 more stories. Georgetown, 
	Guyana: Sadeek, 1974. 40 p.

	The malali makers: a novel about sabotage, every kind 
	of sabotage, the bitchy factors of the money rakers. 
	Georgetown, Guyana: S. Sadeek, 1979. 263 p.

	No greater day: and 4 more adult stories: a short story 
	collection. Georgetown, Guyana: Sadeek, 1974. 32 p.

	The porkknockers: and 4 other stories: a short story 
	collection. Georgetown, Guyana: Sadeek, 1974. 40 p.

	Song of the sugarcanes. Georgetown, Guyana: Sadeek, 
	1975. 206 p.

	Windswept. Candles for my crib. Tomorrow's sunrise. 
	Hospitality. Newtown, Guyana: 1968. 15 p.

	Windswept & other stories. Kitty, Guyana: S.M. Sadeek, 
	1969. 48 p.; Windswept and other stories. 2nd ed. 
	Newtown, Guyana: S.M. Sadeek, 1970. ii, 48 p.; 

	Windswept & other stories: selected dozen short stories 
	spanning quarter of a century. Georgetown, Guyana: S.M. 
	Sadeek, 1980. 61 p.

Sadiq, Nazneen, 1944- (Canada)
	Camels can make you homesick and other stories. 
	Toronto: Lorimer, 1985. 89 p. Young adult.

	Chopin people. Toronto: Lugus Publications, 1994.

	Heartbreak high. Toronto: J. Lorimer, 1988. 156 p. 
	Young adult.

	Ice bangles. Toronto: Lorimer, 1988. 192 p.

Sadiq, Zeeba (England)
	38 Babadurabad. London: Faber & Faber, 1996. 132 p.

Sahgal, Ajay (USA)
	Pool: a novel. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1994. 
	210 p.

Salgado, Gamini, 1929-1985. (England)
	The true paradise. Manchester: Carcanet, 1993. 181 p.

Sam, Agnes, 1942- (England)
	Jesus is Indian and other stories. London: Women's 
	Press and Johannesburg: Thorold's Africana Books, 1989. 
	134 p.; Oxford: Heinemann, 1994. 134 p.

Samuel, Julian, 1952- (Canada)
	Passage to Lahore: a novel. Stratford, ON.: Mercury 
	Press, 1995. 232 p.

Sanowar, Wilmot. (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Under the boughs: a novel. San Fernando, Trinidad: 
	O.N.S. Pub., 1991. 113 p.

Sawh, Ramcharran, 1953- (Guyana)
	The hidden treasure and other stories. Guyana: s.n., 
	1980? 22 p.

	Waterloo: the hidden treasure and other stories. S.l.: 
	s.n., 1982. 22 p.

Sawhney, Kusum (England)
	Kindred spirits. New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications, 
	1995. 245 p.

	Wych stories. New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications, 1996. 
	144 p.

Sealy, I. Allan, 1951- (New Zealand)
	The Everest hotel: a calendar. London: Doubleday, 1998. 
	331 p.

	Hero: a fable. New Delhi: Viking, 1990. 248 p.

	The Trotter-nama: a chronicle. New York: Knopf, 1988. 
	575 p.

Selvadurai, Shyam, 1965- (Canada) 
	Cinnamon gardens. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1998. 
	400 p.

	Funny boy: a novel in six stories. London: Jonathan 
	Cape, 1994.; New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1994. 316 
	p.

Selvon, Samuel Dickson, 1923-1994. (Canada)
	A brighter sun. London: Wingate, 1952. 236 p.; 	Longmans, 
	1985.

	A drink of water. London: Nelson, 1968.

	Eldorado West One. Leeds: Peepal Tree Press, 1988. 156 p.

	The housing lark. London: MacGibbon & Kee, 1965. 155 
	p.; Washington, DC: Three Continents Press, 1990.

	I hear thunder. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1963. 192 p.

	An island is a world. London: Wingate, 1955. 288 p.

	The lonely Londoners. London: Wingate, 1956. 171 p.; 
	Longmans, 1985.

	Moses ascending. London: Davis-Poynter, 1975. 149 p.; 
	Heinemann, 1984.

	Moses migrating. London: Longman, 1983. 179 p.

	The plains of Caroni. London: MacGibbon & Kee, 1970. 
	166 p.; ?: Williams-Wallace, 1985.

	Those who eat the cascadura. London: Davis-Poynter, 
	1972. 122 p.; Toronto: TSAR Publications, 1990. 182 p.

	Turn again tiger. London: MacGibbon and Kee, 1958. 219 
	p.

	Ways of sunlight. London: MacGibbon and Kee, 1957. 188 
	p.; London: Longmans Caribbean, 1985.

Books about Samuel Dickson Selvon
	Clarke, Austin
	A passage back home: a personal reminiscence of Samuel 
	Selvon. Toronto: Exile Editions, 1994. 143 p.

	Looker, Mark
	Atlantic passages: history, communicty and language in 
	the fiction of Sam Selvon. New ork: P. Lang, 1996. 243 
	p.

	Nasta, Susheila
	Critical perspectives on Sam Selvon. Washington, DC: 
	Three Continents Press, 1988.

	Tiger's triumph: celebrating Sam Selvon. Edited by 
	Susheila Nasta & Anna Rutherford. Armidale,NSW: Hebden 
	Bridge: Dangaroo, 1995. x, 150 p.

	Wyke, Clement H.
	Sam Selvon's dialectical style and fictional strategy. 
	Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 
	1991. 144 p.

Sengupta, Pabitra K., 1908- (Malaysia)
	Rainbow over Malaya. S.l. (India): s.n., 1928.

Seth, Pepita, 1942- (England)
	The pala tree. New Delhi: Penguin, 1993.

	The spirit land. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1994. 
	viii, 216 p.

Seth, Vikram, 1952- (USA)
	The Golden Gate: a novel in verse. New York: Random, 
	1986. 307 p.; New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1986. 
	307 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books, India, 1993. 307 p.

	Riot at Misra Mandi. London: Phoenix, 1996. 64 p. 
	Excerpt from A suitable boy.

	A suitable boy. London: Orion Publishing and 
	HarperCollins, 1993. 1,349 p.

Shamsie, Kamila (England)
	In the city by the sea. London: Granta, 1998. 256 p.

Shan, Sharan-Jeet, 1945- (England)
	In my own name. London: Women's Press, 1985.; 2nd ed. 
	New Delhi: Rupa Press, 1991; Cambridge: Cambridge 
	University Press, 1991.

Shankar, Subramanian, 1962- (USA).
	A map of where I live. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 
	1997. vii, 241 p.

Sharma, Ashok (USA)
	Angry hills, silent river: novel. New Delhi: 
	Publications India, 1991. 383 p.

Sheikh, Farhana (England)
	The red box. London: Women's Press, 1991. 228 p.

Sheikh, Nazneen Sadiq see Sadiq, Nazneem, 1944-

Shewcharan, Narmala (Guyana)
	Tomorrow is another day. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1994. 238 
	p.

Shinebourne, Janice (Guyana)
	The last English plantation. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 19988. 
	184 p.

	Timepiece. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1986?. 186 p.

Sidhwa, Bapsi, 1936- (USA)
	An American brat. Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions, 1993. 
	317 p.; New Delhi: Penguin, 1994.

	The bride. London: Jonathan Cape, 1983. iv, 245 p.; 
	London: Futura Macdonald & co., 1984. 245 p.; The 
	Pakistani bride. New York: Penguin Books, 1990. 245 p.

	Cracking India: a novel. Minneapolis, Minn.: Milkweed 
	Editions, 1991. 289 p. First published as: Ice-candy 
	man.

	The crow eaters. Lahore: Ilmi Printing Press, 1978. xi, 
	354 p.; London: Jonathan Cape, 1980.; New Delhi: Orient 
	Longman, 1980.; New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1990. 283 p.

	The ice-candy-man. Edited by Amanda Conquy. London: 
	Heinemann, 1988. 277 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books 
	India, 1989. 276 p.

	The Pakistani bride. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 
	1990. 245 p.; First published as: The bride.

Books about Bapsi Sidhwa
	The novels of Bapsi Sidhwa. Edited by R.K. Dhawan and 
	Novy Kapadia. New Delhi: Prestige Books, 1996. 223 p.

Singh, Ansuyah R. (South Africa)
	Behold the earth mourns. Capetown: s.n.., 1960? 204 p.; 
	Cape Town: Cape Times Ltd., 1962. 204 p.

Singh, Kirpal, 1949- (Singapore)
	The interview and other stories. Singapore: Chopmen 
	Publishers, 1983.

Singh, Rajkumari, 1923- (Guyana)
	A garland of stories. Ilfracombe: A.H. Stockwell, 1960. 
	55 p.

Singh, Rina, 1955- (Canada)
	An evening in Delhi & other stories. Ottawa: National 
	Library of Canada, 1986. 2 microfiches.

Singh, Roopnandan (Guyana)
	Eve. Georgetown, Guyana: R. Singh, 1995. 77 p.

	Roll-play. Georgetown, Guyana: R. Singh, 1998. 241 p.

	Thorn in the rose. Georgetown, Guyana: R. Singh, 1994. 
	62 p.

	Wild maami. Georgetown, Guyana: R. Singh, 1995. 94 p.

Singh, Vijay, 1952- (France)
	Jaya Ganga: in search of the river goddess. New Delhi: 
	Penguin Books (India), 1989. 185 p.

	Whirlpool of shadows. London: Jonathan Cape, 1992. 215 
	p.; New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 1992. 215 p.

Sirju, Mohan (Caribbean)
	So let it be. Toronto: Dorann Publishing Co., 1982. 124 
	p.

Sivanandan, Ambalavaner (England)
	When memory dies. London: Arcadia Books, 1997. 411 p.

Smith, Rukshana, 1948- (England)
	Rainbows of the gutter. London: Bodley Head, 1983. 125 
	p.

	Salt on the snow. London: Heinemann New Windmills, 
	1992. 159 p.

	Sumitra's story. London: Bodley Head, 1982. 159 p.; 
	London: Heinemann New Windmills, 1993. 159 p.

Sohail, Khalid, 1952- (Canada)
	Urdu
	Breaking the chains: short stories. Trans. by the 
	author and others. Whitby, ON: Creative Links, 1987. 
	104 p.

	A broken man, and other stories. Trans. by Sain Sucha; 
	edited by Ann Pogue. Lahore: Pakistan Books & Literary 
	Sounds, 1992. 126 p.

Sreenivasan, Jyotsna (USA)
	Aruna's journeys. St. Louis: Smooth Stone Press, 1997. 
	Young adult.

	The moon over Crete. Duluth: Hold Cow! Press, 1994. 
	Young adult.

Srivastava, Atima (England)
	Transmission: a novel. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1992.

Subramani (Fiji)
	The fantasy eaters: stories from Fiji. Washington, DC: 
	Three Continents Press, 1988. ix, 142 p.

Subramaniam, Alagu, 1915-1971. (Mauritius)
	The big girl and other stories. Mount Lavinia: 	Universal 
	Printers, 1964. 112 p.

Suraweera, A.V., 1930- (Canada)
	The faithful wife of a politician: seven short stories 
	with an introduction to modern Sinhalese fiction. 
	Colombo: Lake House Investments, 1989. 97 p.

	Tread softly: translation of the Sinhala novel Atta 
	bindei paya burulen. Colombo: Lake House Investments, 
	1990. 139 p.

Suryanarayan, Indu (USA)
	Drying tears in the sun. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1982. 100 p.

Syal, Meera (England)
	Anita and me. New Delhi: Indus Harper, 1996. 328 p.

Tejani, Bahadur, 1942- (USA)
	Day after tomorrow. Nairobi: East African Literature 
	Bureau, 1971.; 1977. 145 p.

Tharoor, Shashi, 1956- (USA)
	The five-dollar smile and other stories. New York: 
	Arcade Pub., 1993. xiv, 175 p.

	The great Indian novel. London: Viking, 1989. 423 p.; 
	New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1989. 423 p.

	Show business. New Delhi: Viking, 1991. 310 p.; 
	Arcade, 1992.; New Delhi: Penguin India, 1993.

	The Trotter-nama: a chronicle. New York: Knopf, 1988. 
	575 p.

Vakil, Ardashir (England)
	Beach boy. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1997.

Vassanji, M.G., 1950- (Canada)
	The book of secrets: a novel. Toronto: McClelland & 
	Stewart, 1994. 337 p.; New Delhi: Penguin India, 1995.

	The gunny sack. Oxford: Heinemann, 1989. vii, 276 p: 
	New Delhi: Viking, 1990. 275 p.

	No new land: a novel. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 
	1991. 208 p.; New Delhi: Penguin India, 1992. 208 p.

	Uhuru street: short stories. Oxford: Heinemann, 1991. 
	xii, 144 p.; Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1992. 144 
	p.

Veloo, Ravi (Singapore)
	Kampung chicken. Singapore: Flame of the Forest Pte 
	Ltd., 1990. 116 p.

Verghese, Abraham, 1955- (USA)
	Lilacs out of the dead land: stories of AIDS. Thesis. 
	M.F.A. Ames: University of Iowa. 1991. vi, 70 leaves.

Vira, Soma, 1932- (USA)
	Angel trails. New York: Space Link Books, 1996. 192 p.

	Checkmating aliens. New York: Space Link Books, 1996. 
	229 p.

	The earth trap: rings around the world. New Delhi: 
	National Publishing House, 1993. xiii, 266 p.; New 
	York: Carlton Press Corp., 1995. x, 263.

	Goodbye alien god. New York: Space Link Books, 1996. 
	229 p.

	Lord Kito's revenge. New York: Carlton Press Corp., 
	1995. x, 243 p.

	Nikita's shadows. New York: Carlton Press Corp., 1994. 
	229 p.

Soma Vira website: http://bookzone.com/spacelink/menu.html

Vyas, Mridula Mitra (Canada)
	A wounded tigress. Albert, South Godstone: Kronos 
	Books, 1996. 210 p.

Walker, S.K. (England)
	Sare mare. London: Pandora, 1987. 173 p.

Poetry anthologies

Another way to dance: Asian-Canadian poetry. Edited by 
	Cyril Dabydeen. Stratford, ON.: Williams-Wallace, 
	1990. 110 p.

Another way to dance: contemporary Asian poetry from 
	Canada and the United States. Edited by Cyril Dabydeen. 
	Toronto: TSAR Publications, 1996. xvii, 251 p.

Anthology of local Indian verse. Edited by C.E.J. 
	Ramcharitar-Lalla. Georgetown, Guyana: Argosy, 1934.

Glimpses of twentieth century Punjabi poetry from India, 
	Canada, England, America, Pakistan, Kenya, Sweden, 
	Switzerland, and Germany. Delhi: Ajanta Publications, 
	1992. xvi, 133 p.

Green snow: anthology of Canadian poets of Asian origin. 
	Edited by Stephen Gill. Cornwall, ON.: Vesta 
	Publications, 1976. 120 p.; 2nd ed. Cornwall, ON.: 
	Vesta Publications, 1993. 120 p.

Poems from Annandale. By Brahmdeo Persaud, M.R. Monar, 
	Randall Butisingh. Annandale?, Guyana: Annandale 
	Writers Group, 1973. 19 p.

Shakti's words: an anthology of South Asian Canadian 
	women's poetry. Edited by Diane McGifford & Judith 
	Kearns. Toronto: TSAR, 1990.

The still cry: personal accounts of East Indians in Trinidad 
	and Tobago during indentureship, 1845-1917. Edited by Noor 
	Kumar Mahabir. Tacarigua, Trinidad: Calaloux Publications, 
	1985. 191 p.

Three poets. By Shah Hussain, Rooplall Monar and Rajkumarie 
	Singh. Georgetown, Guyana: s.n., 197? 16 p.

Untold words: poems with translations: a collection of new 
	poetry by British Bangladeshies. Hyde: BICA=ACA Books, 
	1996. 107 p. English/Bengali text. 


Poetry

Agha, Shahid Ali, 1947- (USA)
	The beloved witness: selected poems. New Delhi: Viking, 
	1992. 71 p.

	Bone-sculpture: poems. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1972. 32 p.

	The country without a post office. New York: Norton 
	Press, 1997.

	The half-inch Himalayas. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan 
	University Press, 1987. 57 p.

	In memory of Begum Akhtar. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1979. 48 p

	A nostalgist's map of America: poems. New York: Norton, 
	1991. 105 p.

	A walk through the yellow pages. Tucson: SUN/gemini 
	Press, 1987. 28 p.

Ali, B.S. Elaine (Guyana)
	The new wave: poems. by B.S. Elaine Ali, Ramdai Janet 
	John-Dorie. Annandale, Guyana: Annandale Writers Group, 
	1974. 20 p.

Alladin, Mohammed Pharouk, 1919- (Trinidad & Tobago)
	And where is human man? Forty poems. Maraval?, 	Trinidad: 
	s.n., 197? 42 p.

	The monstrous angel: 40 poems. Maraval, Trinidad: 
	Alladin, 1969. viii, 41 p.

Alvi, Moniza, 1954- (England)
	A bowl of warm air. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 
	1996. 46 p.

	The country at my shoulder. Oxford: Oxford University 
	Press, 1993. 56 p.

Anand, George Vidyah (Guyana)
	Hungry voices cry: a collection of poems. Georgetown: 
	Guyana National Service Pub. Centre, 1976. 15 p.

Anonymous (England)
Gujarati
	Dattabavna: epic poem. London: Rang Awadhut Pariwar, 
	1979. 48 p. Gujarati and English text.

Asare, Sardar (Guyana)
	Courida elegies. Georgetown: S. Asare, 1991. v, 120 p.

	Poems of separation. Georgetown?, Guyana: s.n., 1981. 
	74 p.

Assee, Charles Eryl Secundyne (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Laus reginae: a memorial tribute to Queen Victoria, in 
	verse. Port of Spain, Trinidad: Franklin's Electric 
	Printery, 1902. 100 p.

	Sonnets (after Shakespeare). Trinidad: s.n. n.d.

Bacchus, Nadeer. (Guyana)
	The golden arrowhead. Corriverton, Guyana: Bacchus, 
	1978. 74 p.

	Shatter dreams. Skeldon, Guyana: Corentyne, 1979. 29 p.

Bannerji, Himani (Canada)
	Coloured pictures. Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1991. 
	78 p.

	Doing time: poems. Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1986. 
	49 p.

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Bannerji, Kaushalya (Canada)
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Bhaggiyadatta, Krisanthi Sri, 1954- (Canada)
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	The only minority is the bourgeoisie. Toronto: Black 
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Bhajan, Selwyn (Trinidad & Tobago)
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	Quest: poems. Port of Spain: Scope Publishing, 1975. 87 
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Bhatt, Sujata, 1956- (Germany)
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Binning, Sadhu (Canada)
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Bissundyal, Chauraumanie see Blenessequi, Omartelle, pseud.

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Capildeo, Devendranath (Trinidad & Tobago)
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	'Maracas Bay' and other short poems. Port of Spain, 
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Chandra, G.S. Sharat, 1935- (USA)
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Chinapen, J.W. (Guyana)
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Crusz, Rienzi W.G. (Canada)
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	Singing against the wind. Erin, Ont.: Porcupine's 
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Da Silva, Marion (Canada)
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Dabydeen, Cyril, 1942- (Canada)
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	Coastland: new and selected poems, 1973-1988. Oakville, 
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Dabydeen, David, 1955- (Canada)
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Daniel, Shake Maheuddin Laloo (Trinidad & Tobago)
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Das, Mahadai, 1956- (Guyana)
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	A collection of poems. S.l.: Guyana National Service 
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	I want to be a poetess of my people. Guyana: Guyana 
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	My finer steel shall grow. Monroe, Conn: Samisdat, 
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Divakaruni, Chitra Banerjee, 1956- (USA)
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	Leaving Yuba City: new and selected poems. New York: 
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Espinet, Ramabai, 1948- (Canada)
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Gajadhar, Abhiman Anthony (Trinidad & Tobago)
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	Lines with the master, or great force, part one. 
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	Lovers in the light. Sangre Grande, Trinidad: A. 
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Ganguly, Pia (USA)
	Head of a woman. [artwork by Christina De Musee}. Santa 
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Ghose, Zulfikar, 1935- (USA)
	Jets from orange: poems. London: Macmillan, 1967. x, 59 
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	Selected poems. Karachi: Oxford University Press, 1991. 
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	The violent west: poems. London: Macmillan, 1972. viii, 
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Gill, Myrna Lakshmi, 1943- (Canada)
	Confrontations. Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1969.

	During rain I plant chrysanthemums. Toronto: Ryerson 
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	First clearing: an immigrant's tour of life: poems. 
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	Mind-walls: poems. Fredericton, N.B.: Fiddlehead Poetry 
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	Novena to St. Jude Thaddeus. Fredericton, N.B.: 
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Gill, Stephen Matthew, 1932- (Canada)
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	Flashes: trilliums in haiku spirit. Cornwall, Ont.: 
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Gupta, Nila, 1961- (Canada)
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Guska, 1937- (Guyana)
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Harricharan, John, 1941- (Trinidad & Tobago)
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Husain, Adrian A. (England) (born Syed Akbar Husain)
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Itwaru, Arnold, 1942- (Canada)
	Body rites: beyond the darkening. Toronto: TSAR, 1991. 
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	The sacred presence: (my father, my mother, long dead). 
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	Shattered songs: a journey from somewhere to somewhere. 
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John-Dorie, Ramdai Janet (Guyana)
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Kalsey, Surjeet, 1944- (Canada)
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Kanhai, Cyril M. (Guyana)
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Kapur, Kamal (USA)
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Khalideen, Rosetta (Guyana)
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Khan, Mohammad Hassan, 1954- (Guyana)
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Khan, Yusuf S. (Guyana)
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Khwaja, Waqas Ahmad (USA)
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	Six geese from a tomb at Medum. Lahore: Sang-e-Meel 
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Kissoon, Guska see Guska

Kumar, Mina, 1966- (USA)
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Kumar, Shiv Kumar, 1921- (USA)
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Ladhu, Yasmin (Canada)
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Latif, Tariq, 1962- (England)
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Lopes, Damian (Canada)
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Maharajh, Mahabir R. (Caribbean)
	The eternal chase, and other poems. New York: Vantage 
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Maraj, Jagdip, 1942- (Trinidad & Tobago)
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Mathur, Ashok (Canada)
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	Loveruage: a dance in three parts. Don Mills, Ont.: 
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Mathura, Wayne A.
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Mendis, Tyrrell, 1934- (Canada)
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Menon, K.R. (Singapore)
	The battle of China: or, The lay of a Chinese girl. 
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	A glimpse of Gautama the Buddha. Singapore: s.n., 1934.

	Shells from the sea shore. Singapore: Greater India 
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Mishra, Sudesh, 1962- (Fiji)
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Misrow, Jogesh Chunder, 1886-? (USA)
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Mohammed, M.R. (Caribbean)
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Mohamed, Yusuf (Guyana)
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Monar, Rooplall, 1945- (Guyana)
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	Meanings. Guyana: s.n., 1972. 12 p.

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Mukerji, Dhan Gopal, 1890-1936. (USA)
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Mulloo, Anand, 1936- (Mauritius)
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Naik, Balwant (England)
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Nair, Chandran (Singapore)
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Nandan, Satendra Pratap (Fiji)
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Nawaz, Shuja Nawaz (USA)
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Ondaatje, Michael, 1943- (Canada)
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Padmanab, S., 1938- (Canada)
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Parameswaran, Uma, 1938- (Canada) 
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Parthasarathy, Rajagopal, 1934- (USA)
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Books about Rajagopal Parthasarathy
	Kurup, P.K.J., 1944-
	Contemporary Indian poetry in English: with special 
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	Perspectives on the poetry of R. Parthasarathy. Edited 
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Patel, Essop, 1943- (South Africa)
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Peeradina, Saleem (USA)
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Persaud, Bramdeo (Guyana)
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Persaud, Inder M.H. (Guyana)
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Persaud, Krishna see Prasad, Krishna

Persaud, Petamber (Guyana)
	From utopia to paradise: a collection of political 
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Persaud, R.N. (Caribbean)
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Persaud, Sasenarine (Canada)
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	Demerary telepathy. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1988. 52 p.

	A surf of sparrows' songs: a poemanjali. Toronto: TSAR, 
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	The wintering kundalini. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1998. 72 p.

Pillay, Kriben (South Africa)
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Prasad, Krishna (Guyana)
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	Childhood days: a collection of poems. Demerara, 
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	Dawning days: a collection of poems. Wales, Guyana: 
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	Flames of freedom: a collection of poems. Demerara, 
	Guyana: Krishna Prasad, 1978. 26 p.

	Horizons of life: a collection of poems. West Bank, 
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	Life and living. Wales, West Bank Demerara: s.n., 
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Rahim, Jennifer, 1963- (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Mothers are not the only linguists: and other poems. 
	Diego Martin, Trinidad and Tobago: New Voices, 1992. 
	xiv, 89 p.

Rajan, Balachandra, 1920- (Canada)
	Monsoon and other poems. Cambridge: s.n., 1943. 28 p.

Ramanujan, Attipat Krishnaswami, 1929-1993. (USA)
	The collected poems of A.K. Ramanujan. Delhi: Oxford 
	University Press, 1995. xxxviii, 289 p.

	Relations: poems. London: Oxford University Press, 
	1971. 10, 62 p.

	Second sight. Delhi ; New York: Oxford University 
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	Selected poems. New York: Oxford University Press, 
	1976. 56 p.

	The striders: poems. London: Oxford U.P., 1966. 9, 52 p.

Books about Attipat Krishnaswami Ramanujan
	Dwivedi, Amar Nath, 1943-
	A.K. Ramanujan and his poetry. Delhi: Doaba House, 
	1983. 82 p.

	Dwivedi, Amar Nath, 1943-
	The poetic art of A.K. Ramanujan. Delhi: B.R. Pub. 
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Ramdial, Gowkaran. (Guyana)
	Shackles of colonialism: a long poem. East Bank 
	Demerara, Guyana: Ramdial, 1977. 34 p.

Ramdial, Sidney (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Poems and musings. Trinidad: s.n., 197?

Rampaul, Fareeda (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Poems and musings. Trinidad: F. Rampaul, 1974. 34 p.

Ramsarran, B. (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Glossary of the soul. Georgetown: s.n., 1968? 28 p.

Rao, Murty Bhimasena (USA)
	Poems: secular and sacred. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1993.

	Waves & reflections. Calcutta, Writers Workshop, 1995. 
	69 p.

Rasha, Mitre (Canada)
	(Panjabi)
	{Aakasma}
	Murmurs. Trans. by S. Virdy. Cornwall, ON: Vesta 
	Publications, 1979. 71 p.

Rashid, Ian Iqbal. (Canada/England)
	Black markets, white boyfriends, and other acts of 
	elision. Toronto: TSAR, 1991. 44 p.

	The heat yesterday. Toronto : Coach House Press, 1995. 
	69 p.

Rode, Ajmer, 1940- (Canada)
	Blue meditations: poems. London, Ont.: Third Eye, 1985. 
	59 p.

	Poems at my doorstep. Vancouver,: Caitlin Press, 1990. 
	55 p.

Roopnaraine, Rupert (Guyana)
	Suite for Supriya. Leeds: Peepal Tree, 1993. 88 p.

Sadasing, Dhunvir, 1941- (Mauritius)
	My own verses. Burnley: D. Sadasing, 1985. xiv, 324 p.

Sadeek, Sheik M. (Guyana)
	Dreams and reflections: collection of poems. Kitty, 
	Guyana: s.n., 1969. 11 p.

	Reflections and dreams: [and more poems]. Georgetown, 
	Guyana: Sadeek, 1974. 18 p.

Saeed, Jocelyn Ortt (Pakistan)
	Accident at an exhibition. Forthcoming, 1998

	Burning burn. Lahore: Stillpoint Books, 1994. xxi, 159 
	p.

	Selected poems. Lahore: Nirali Kitaben, 1986. 72 p.

Samuel, Julian, 1952- (Canada)
	Lone Ranger in Pakistan. Peterborough, Ontario: 
	Emergency Press, 1986. 51 p.

Sankarsingh, Leslie C. (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Later poems. S.l.: Printed in Trinidad by the College 
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	Of verse and song. S.l.: s.n., 1948.

Sanowar, Wilmot. (Trinidad & Tobago)
	The changing world: a book of modern poetry and prose. 
	Trinidad and Tobago: Vanguard, 1988. 103 p.

	The pendulum swings: a book of modern poems. Trinidad 
	and Tobago: Vanguard Pub. Co., 1987. 48 p.

	Within the storm: a book of modern poetry. [Trinidad & 
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Seetahal-Mahaj, Bhadase. (Trinidad & Tobago)
	Arrivals and departures. St. Augustine [Trinidad and 
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	Paramparaa, unbroken tradition. Couva, Trinidad: Indian 
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Sen, Sudeep, 1964- (England)
	Blue nude. Forthcoming, 1998

	Dali's twisted hands. Leed: Peepal Tree; New York: 
	White Swan Books, 1994. 79 p.

	Kali in Ottava Rima. London: Paramount, 1992. 12 p.

	The lunar visitions: a cycle of poems. New York: J. 
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	Mount Vesuvius in eight frames: poetry. Missouri: White 
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	New York times. London: Many Press, 1993. 54 p.

	New York times & Kali in Ottava Rima. Calcutta: Rupa & 
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	Postmarked India: new & selected poems. New Delhi: 
	HarperCollins India, 1997. 247 p.

	A South African woodcut. Missouri: White Swan Books; 
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Seneviratne, Seni, 1951- (England)
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Sharma, P.D., 1944- (Caribbean)
	The new Caribbean man. Hayward, CA: Carib House, 1981. 
	72 p.

Sharma, Param Dewa Chandra (USA)
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	project.

Shewcharan, Narmala (Guyana)
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