Stuck Like Lint


Stuck Like Lint

Paper Type: Book print paper | Size: 216 mm x 140 mm
Black and white; 154 pages; Paperback
ISBN-10: 9385285815 | ISBN-13: 978-93-85285-81-3

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How did Trisha come up with such an incredible collection of stories? Who or what was her inspiration? Why was she being so suspiciously silent? When Trisha disappears suddenly, complaining of a writer’s block, Debika, her editor for years, is left distressed—theirs was not just a writer-editor association but a bond of friendship and trust. Soon afterwards, the surprising news of her award-winning collection hits the headlines. As Debika braces herself to read the stories, she knows she must let go of her resentment. What she is not prepared for, however, is the shocking revelation that awaits her—a dark secret that will unravel itself in the most mysterious ways. A nuanced novella with a twist in the tale; a story about stories of women, who live complex lives within commonplace existences; each devising her own escape from the realities and challenges of love, marriage, and motherhood, to follow one’s heart’s desire, in the most unexpected ways. 



Shefali Tripathi Mehta
Shefali Tripathi Mehta
Author

A novelist, a poet, and a social worker, Shefali Tripathi Mehta has a multifarious professional personality. People on Our Roof is her fifth book and the second work of fiction after Stuck Like Lint (2017). She has published short stories and poems in anthologies and online. She writes on disability awareness, social issues, travel, and parenting. For close to ten years, Shefali wrote the cover story for the Sunday supplement of the Deccan Herald. She lives in Bangalore and works with the Azim Premji Foundation. Shefali volunteers with the disability organization, Arushi, and curates Gond art to support tribal artists.