An extraordinary author, who has paved her way to success with her writings, Anita Nair, is an Indian writer who writes mainly in English language and is very versatile. She is a South Indian, from Kerala and did her schooling in Madras. She pursued a B.A degree in English literature from NSS College, Kerala.
Anita is a very talented person and pours her creativity into writing. She has experience in different styles of writing and has excelled in most of them. She is married to Suresh Parambath and has a son. She lives in Bangalore with her family.
Her very first book was a collection of short stories. It was titled as “Satyr of Subway.” At that time, she was working with an advertising company as their creative director and published her book with Har- Anand Press. That book led her to win a fellowship from “Virginia Center for the creative arts'.
Her second book won her a lot of fame and respect. It was published by “Penguin India” and was the very first book by an Indian author that was also published by “Picador USA.” Some of her bestselling books are The Better Man, Ladies Coupe, etc.
Her books were translated into various languages as well. Anita has also written for magazines like “080” under the column of “The Economical Epicurean.” Her books were later sold in the European countries and in the United States.
Anita also ventured into poetry. She also wrote and edited an article about her hometown- Kerala. Her second novel brought her lots of success and it is read by critics from almost 15 countries outside India. It was among the top five books of India at that point in time and was translated into various languages.
She has also written mythical books for children and edited her previous works. She had done a commendable job in writing poetry about her city, which have been included in the “The Poetry India Collection” and “British Council Poetry Workshop Anthology”.
Her poetry was edited and published in other countries. She later wrote many more books including Mistress, Adventures of Nonu, The Skating Squirrel, Living Next Door to Alice, Magical Indian Myths, etc. Her best ability was to put down her dreams and imaginations into her writings. Most of her works reflected the roles of women in various spheres of life. She also has an official website under her name.