Alina Gufran

Alina Gufran is a fiction writer and poet who writes about urban alienation and female identity. Based out of Mumbai, she is an alumna of the 2019 Dum Pukht Writing Workshop and her work has appeared in The Bombay Review, The Bangalore Review, The Swaddle, Livewire, Sister-hood magazine and Literary Yard amongst others.

The good Indian American

A critique of Indian American representation in contemporary American television.

Jun 24, 2020

Latest Articles

Pandemics have always revealed the weakness of the Indian state

In 'Pandemic India', David Arnold offers a reflective study of Covid, cholera, plague, the Spanish flu and other historical mass contagions, from the time of the British Raj to the Modi government

Bangladesh’s BNP fights to make a political comeback

With massive anti-government rallies by the Bangladesh Nationalist Party and their repression by the ruling Awami League-led government, battle lines are being drawn for the next general election

How a unique language survives in Kashmir’s tiny Burusho community

Despite being a small population, the Burusho community has been able to preserve their language through intergenerational communication and by prioritising their mother tongue over other languages in Kashmir

Pakistan needs to go beyond the 18th amendment to end the military’s role in politics

Reviving the 2010 reform process can be key to resolving Pakistan’s continued crises, but the reforms need to also target the military's massive business empire