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Jasmine Anita Yvette D’Costa

Jasmine D’Costa is a native of Bombay (Mumbai), India. She completed a Ph.D. and worked in India for twenty-five years as an international banker before moving to Canada in 2004 and settling in Toronto, Ontario. She is currently the president of the Writers and Editors Network.

Fiction (Short stories)

Curry is Thicker Than Water

Toronto: BookLand Press, 2009.

Publisher’s Synopsis (from it’s website)

A cobra flies in through an open window. Wives form a pact against their bigamous, abusive husband. A mother and son battle over eagles’ eggs. A homeless guest with a secret. An elephant protests on a highway. A woman marries a pumpkin. This is the teeming, hectic world of India. Diverse people – one country!

Selected Criticism and Interpretation

Spencer, Kate. “A Bit of Colour, Some Spices, and a Whole lot of Love.” Ryerson Free Press. March 2009, p. 22.