I am a writer, academic, filmmaker. Teach broadcast studies at University of Delhi. When not in a classroom I write stories. My work has been published in various newspapers and journals. The short story and the long essay are two forms I enjoy reading and writing most. My work usually explores areas of masculinity, feminism, cinema and urban life. Once upon a time I was a media professional, worked with the Times of India and NDTV. Now I breathe amidst words, chai and youthful students. I live in Delhi, India, without a dog or cat.


Short Fiction: Bahadur O Bahadur

Posted on 27 Aug 2013 in Anubha Yadav, Fiction, Short Story, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Here’s the short fiction piece Bahadur O Bahadur – published in Sahitya Akademi’s Indian Literature Journal.

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Short Fiction Published

Posted on 15 Aug 2013 in Anubha Yadav, Fiction, Short Story, Uncategorized | 0 comments

My story, ‘Dancing Girl of Mohenjo-Daro’ in the August issue of The Four Quarters Magazine. Here is an excerpt:  “I was already gliding; one can’t walk inside those doors or over those slippery floors, one can just glide. Inside the lights were yellow, brighter than the sun but still soothing, like yellowish sparkling stars. And […]

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Short Fiction

Posted on 06 Jul 2013 in Anubha Yadav, Fiction, Men, Reading Hour, Short Story, Women | 0 comments

My short story, The Room of a Young Man in the July-August issue of Reading Hour. In two days Sucharita knew that memsahib liked to peep inside the room very often. And when Amla was busy in the kitchen Sucharita did the same. At times she poked the door with the long handle of her […]

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Posted on 27 Jun 2013 in 9/11, Anubha Yadav, Fiction, Out of Print, Short Story | 0 comments

My second short story in Out of Print- here’s the link – ’11/9′ – Here’s an excerpt: “…Slowly the conversation gravitates towards re-assessing the indecisions and mistakes of the past (something my mother relishes), this leads to the expected fight, and then a cease fire comes: a silence. Finally, after a long sigh, almost always, […]

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