Editions

Reviews

  • "<i>Aids Sutra</i> is important ... [it] succeeds because it is not sentimental: the writers respect the victims, admire their courage. With humility, expatriates make the arcane accessible. Those based in India have a refreshing candour"

    Independent
  • "Intereresting...engaging...finely observed. Sir Salman Rushdie's essay is...one of the best."

    Economist
  • "The challenge of conveying extreme suffering without sentimentalising...is met in this collection of wide-ranging voices, both emotive and meditative...the anthology...shows how storytelling can help create life-saving "fellow-feeling""

    Guardian