Cover Photo: Karl Grenet via Flickr
Karl Grenet via Flickr

How Immigrant Sculptors Shaped an Artists’ Hub Called Kumartuli

This “heritage site” has been home to my family since the 1940s.

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Torsa Ghosal is the author of a novel, Open Couplets (Yoda Press, India, 2017).  Her writings have appeared in Entropy, Unsplendid, and Himal Southasian. She is associate editor of the South Asian literary magazine, Papercuts.  Currently, Torsa lives in Sacramento, where she teaches contemporary literature and experimental writing.  You can connect with her through her website, www.torsaghosal.com, or on Twitter, @TorsaG.