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    Why Alexander Chee’s Novel Edinburgh (2001) Made Me Glad to Cry




    Publisher’s Note: January 2019

    While it is extremely rare that content is removed once an issue goes public, at the request of the author, the publisher approved removal of “Why Alexander Chee’s Novel Edinburgh Made Me Glad to Cry.” Since the essayist is a contributing guest editor and long-time supporter of aaduna, this editorial exemption has been made without prejudice towards the writer.

    We look forward to another contribution from her in a future issue.





    About The Author

    Chaya Bhuvaneswar aaduna spring summer 2018

    Chaya Bhuvaneswar, M.D.

    Chaya Bhuvaneswar is a practicing physician and writer whose work has appeared in aaduna, Narrative Magazine, Tin House, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Awl, jellyfish review, and elsewhere, with poetry forthcoming in Quiddity, Cutthroat Journal, Natural Bridge, apt magazine and Hobart. Her poetry and prose juxtapose Hindu epics, other myths and histories, and the survival of sexual harassment and racialized sexual violence by diverse women of color. She recently received the Dzanc Books Short Story Collection Prize, a MacDowell Colony Fellowship and a Henfield award for her Pushcart-nominated writing. Follow her on Twitter at @chayab77 including for upcoming readings and events. Dr. Bhuvaneswar will start to serve as an aaduna contributing editor with periodic literary commentaries in 2018.