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    These writers have come together to raise money for Indian COVID relief.

    Dan Sheehan

    April 30, 2021, 12:08pm

    As the India’s horrific COVID surge intensifies, a group of authors from around the world (led by the narrative nonfiction writer Sonia Faleiro) have come together to support the essential work of Mission Oxygen India, an organization dedicated to helping hospitals across the country get immediate access to direly-needed oxygen concentrators.

    In exchange for a donation of £100 ($138) or more, you’ll receive a exclusive signed work by one of the following participating writers:

    Salman Rushdie
    Kamila Shamsie
    Ali Smith
    Jodi Picoult
    Fatima Bhutto
    Curtis Sittenfeld
    Nikita Lalwani
    Nikesh Shukla
    Alice Albinia
    Max Porter
    Alpa Shah
    McKenzie Funk
    Gayle Forman
    Deepa Anappara
    Shrabani Basu
    Sanam Maher
    Diksha Basu
    Tania James
    Carolyn Mackler
    Sonia Faleiro
    William Dalrymple
    Eimear McBride
    Kiran Desai
    Saba Imtiaz
    Liza Mundy
    VV Ganeshananthan
    Megha Majumdar
    Aruni Kashyap
    Susan Abulhawa
    Avni Doshi
    Mira Kamdar
    Tahmima Anam
    Prayaag Akbar
    Alison Dunlop
    Ravi Agrawal
    Madhuri Vijay
    Alexander Maksik
    Molly Crabapple
    Pragya Agarwal
    Angela Saini
    Clover Stroud
    Jessica Jarlvi


    Even if you’re not in a position to give £100, please consider donating whatever amount you can to Mission Oxygen India or one of the organizations listed at the Give India website.

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