Nod Ghosh, author of Filthy Sucre and The Crazed Wind (both published by Truth Serum Press), is the guest judge of the July - October 2020 Bath Flash Fiction Award. Here she talks about flash, being judgy (but in a good way), and her attitudes to 'What's-the-Pointism', 'Don't-Be-Too-Hard-on-Yourself-itis' and 'Open-a-packet-of-Crisps-and-Bottle-of-Wine-Instead Syndrome'. https://bathflashfictionaward.com/2020/07/interview-with-nod-ghosh-judge-for-16th-award-july-october-2020/?fbclid=IwAR2T-5jdDkSHtUlRFaXx9ahlUIADr-2nvkMtMb0HQ_YzltzOeHkLt1ZsJLcs
Nod Ghosh, author of Filthy Sucre and The Crazed Wind (both out now from Truth Serum Press), took part in the panel discussion 'Imagination Unbound: Five Women on the Poetic Narrative Form' as part of National Flash Fiction Day New Zealand. Moderated by Michelle Elvy, you can find the forum on YouTube by clicking here. … Continue reading Nod Ghosh and National Flash Fiction Day New Zealand
Kim Jackways interviews Nod Ghosh about Nod's history in writing and reading for her blog Writer Side of Life. For the complete interview, click here. For all purchasing options for Nod Ghosh's flash novella The Crazed Wind, click here.
The Crazed Wind by Nod Ghosh has been reviewed by Sandra Arnold at takahē magazine. Arnold writes, “Nod Ghosh, an accomplished practitioner who has published many flash fiction pieces in international journals and anthologies, has put together a collection which is a brilliant example of what the form can achieve by engaging the reader in … Continue reading ‘The Crazed Wind’ reviewed at takahē magazine
Sophie Van Llewyn has critically appraised The Crazed Wind by Nod Ghosh for TSS Publishing in her article On Writing Historical Flash Fiction. For the complete article, click here