Former SUISS Students
Work by former SUISS students
Swati Pal (John McGrath scholar 2005) published the edited collection Modern European Drama: Ibsen to Beckett in 2012 (New Delhi: Pencraft International), exploring the work of Ibsen, Strindberg, Brecht, Ionesco, Genet and Beckett.
Confessions of a Rebel Child, the first novel by former SUISS student Carissa Marks (SUISS 2009), was published in 2011 with CreateSpace.
Aruni Kashyap (CWIT winner, SUISS 2009) has been published widely before and after he came to us. His latest poetry collection, Grandma-lullabies (Sahitya Akademi), is about to come out, and he has just signed with Penguin (India), who will publish his first novel, The House With a Thousand Novels, in 2012.
In 2010, two former SUISS students came back to Edinburgh to read at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Chloe Schama (SUISS 2004) introduced her novel Wild Romance: The True Story of a Victorian Scandal (Bloomsbury 2010), and Susan Wilson (SUISS 2005) presented her annotated edition of correspondence between Hugh MacDiarmid and Sorley MacLean (published by Edinburgh University Press).
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