nonfiction science & nature writing
{ words from the outside looking in }

US-based independent journalist Meera Subramanian writes about culture, faith and the environment for national and international publications including Nature, Virginia Quarterly Review, Smithsonian, New York Times,  and others.
Author: A River Runs Again: A Natural History of India from the Barren Cliffs of Rajasthan to the Farmlands of Karnataka (forthcoming 2015)
2013-2014 Fulbright-Nehru Research Fellow.
Editor of Killing the Buddha, an online literary magazine about religion, culture and politics.
“…fresh, exciting, fun, but more importantly, totally lyrical without the attendant mush.
Young but savvy, lambent and wistful…”
says André Aciman, author of Out of Egypt and Call Me by Your Name, about Meera’s writing