Anjali Joseph’s fourth novel, Keeping in Touch, involves magical lightbulbs, contemporary art and toxic bachelors. Joseph explores the challenges of writing a modern love story with Claire Nichols.
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Anjali Joseph is an Indian novelist living in Britain. Her first novel, Saraswati Park, won the Betty Trask Prize, the Desmond Elliott Prize, and the Vodafone Crossword Book Award for Fiction. Her latest novel, Keeping in Touch, tracks the inner lives of sceptical late-thirties protagonists as they navigate falling in love. She is currently working on a novel about the Irish naval officer and archaeoastronomer Boyle Somerville.
Claire Nichols is the host of The Book Show on ABC Radio National, a weekly radio program and podcast that features in-depth author interviews with the best authors from Australia and around the world.