Monday, May 7, 2007

A Different Kind of Yahoo

One of the IWW's Nonfiction lists members is Mridu Khullar, a freelance journalist currently based in New Delhi, India. Her work frequently focuses on women’s and social problems, and projects that are undertaken to solve them.

Last week Mridu was interviewed about her work on NPR. She was featured on Bob Garfields’s “On the Media” radio show and discussed the problems of women in India, and a newspaper that is making extraordinary strides in rural areas.

You can hear the interview here.

Mridu Khullar's work has appeared in Marie Claire, ELLE, Women’s eNews, The Times of India, The World & I, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and East West, among others.

1 comment:

Ruth D~ said...


This is a wonderful interview. From such a humble beginning that paper has already brought change. It's exciting to hear of the difference it is making.

It was nice to hear you, too. Now I have a voice to "hear" when I read your stories.


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