Hari Kunzru is an award-winning writer. He is deputy president of English PEN, a patron of the Refugee Council and a member of the editorial board of Mute magazine. His short stories and journalism have appeared in publications such as The New York Times, The Guardian, The Times of India, The New Yorker, Wired and The New Statesman.
Books by Hari Kunzru
“This is an astonishing novel about two white American hipsters who set up a studio that remixes rare blues records. They’ve got this self-righteous authenticity to their music. ‘This is what real jazz is. This is what we’re doing. We’re giving you the real thing, unadulterated’, and so on. But, basically, it’s a ghost story.” Read more...
Interviews with Hari Kunzru
The best books on The American Desert, recommended by Hari Kunzru
The novelist Hari Kunzru explains his fascination with the Mojave desert – a mysterious, forgotten place full of secret military sites where the silence feels like a physical weight on one’s ears
Interviews where books by Hari Kunzru were recommended
The Best Novels of 2017, selected by Arifa Akbar
Has 2017 been a strong year for novels? Yes, says Arifa Akbar, Editor of new literary magazine Boundless – especially if you like your novels fresh and raw