Shanta Gokhale is a writer and a theatre critic equally felicitous in Marathi and English. She has written two novels and two plays in Marathi. She is the author of Playwright at the Centre: Marathi Drama From 1843 to the Present (2000), and editor of Satyadev Dubey: A Fifty-Year Journey through Theatre (2012). Her novel Tya Varshi, which won the Maharashtra State Award in 2009, has been translated into English as Crowfall (2013). Shanta lives in Mumbai.
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