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Kamalini Natesan

Kamalini Natesan

Kamalini Natesan is a teacher of French and a trained classical singer (Indian Classical). Before moving to Bangkok, she used to jam with a group of musicians regularly in India. Her essay entitled Probing the Dermis, was published in a book - Twilight's Children, Chronicles of Uncommon Lives (Readomania). The Sister, Flowers in my Broth and A Debt Unpaid, are some of her short stories, published in literary magazines like Café Dissensus, The Curious Reader and COLDNOON. Her poem, Allow Me was published, in Oddball magazine. Cooking and dancing are her passions, and she dreams of setting up her own café in the hills. Naked Beneath the Midnight Sun is her first novel.

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