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Author: Jocelyn Cullity

Jocelyn Cullity's most recent work of historical fiction is THE ENVY OF PARADISE (Inanna Publications, 2019). Her award-winning historical novel AMAH AND THE SILK- WINGED PIGEONS (Inanna Publications, 2017) was included in the 2017 International "Recommended List of 20 Books" by The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction, honoring books in the UK, Ireland, and Commonwealth countries. Cullity's short stories and essays have been published in Canadian, American, and Indian literary journals. Currently the Director of the BFA program in Creative Writing at Truman State University in Missouri, Jocelyn Cullity's English family lived in India for five generations. She was born in Australia, grew up north of Toronto, Canada, and has lived for periods of time in both India and England.

Amah and the Silk-winged Pigeons
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Amah and the Silk-winged Pigeons

Inanna Publications

Fiction. Women's Studies. South Asian Studies. Finalist for the Foreword Indies Award for Historical Adult Fiction and Multicultural Adult Fiction. Finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award's Grande Prize, Montaigne Medal and First Horizon Award. Received ...

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The Envy of Paradise
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The Envy of Paradise

Inanna Publications

Fiction. Women's Studies. In 1858, the British took over the city of Lucknow, paving the way for Queen Victoria's reign over India. But what happened to Begam Hazrat Mahal, the woman of African-Indian descent who had valiantly organized a final key ...

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