Salman Rushdie is the author of thirteen novels: Grimus, Midnight's Children (which was awarded the Booker Prize in 1981), Shame, The Satanic Verses, Haroun and the Sea of Stories, The Moor's Last Sigh, The Ground Beneath Her Feet, Fury, Shalimar the Clown, The Enchantress of Florence, Luka and the Fire of Life, Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights, and The Golden House.
Rushdie is also the author of a book of stories, East, West, and four works of non-fiction – Joseph Anton – A Memoir, Imaginary Homelands, The Jaguar Smile, and Step Across This Line. He is the co-editor of Mirrorwork, an anthology of contemporary Indian writing, and of the 2008 Best American Short Stories anthology.
A Fellow of the British Royal Society of Literature, Salman Rushdie has received, among other honours, including the Whitbread Prize for Best Novel, the Writers' Guild Award, the European Union's Aristeion Prize for Literature, Author of the Year Prizes in both Britain and Germany, the French Prix du Meilleur Livre Étranger, the Crossword Book Award in India, the London International Writers’ Award, the James Joyce award of University College Dublin, and a U.S. National Arts Award.
His books have been translated into over forty languages.
Read his complete bio on his website.
- Salman Rushdie in Conversation with Hal Wake, Vol 6, No 1 (September 2018)
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