Anandi Mishra is a Delhi-based writer and communications professional who has worked as a reporter for The Times of India and The Hindu. Her writing has been published by or is forthcoming in Chicago Review of Books, Mint, Popula, Transformations, Rejection Letters, Berfrois, and elsewhere. Her essay, “A Satyajit Ray Lockdown,” appears in the anthology Garden Among Fires (Dodo Ink, July 2020). She tweets at @anandi010.
The Social Safety Net Is Women
Anandi Mishra on the economic toll that COVID-19 has had on India's women....
Walking with Fran
Anandi Mishra discusses the recent docuseries “Pretend It’s a City” through the lens of the flâneur and her own experiences walking through rural India....
The Case for Loitering
Anandi Mishra meanders through “Aimlessness,” the new book by Tom Lutz....
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