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 book of literary criticism, Out of Mind (Ohio State University Press), and an experimental novella, Open Couplets (Yoda Press, India). Her fiction and essays have appeared in Necessary Fiction, Literary Hub, Catapult, Bustle, and elsewhere. She is an assistant professor of English at California State University.
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