Anosh Irani is a Vancouver-based novelist and playwright. His novels and plays are all at least partially set in the streets of Bombay, the place of his birth, and tell stories of those often marginalized by society.
Irani's novel The Song of Kahunsha was a Canada Reads 2007 selection. where it was defended by Donna Morrissey. His fourth novel, The Parcel, was shortlisted for the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize and the Governor General's Literary Award for English-language fiction.
- Anosh Irani on the universal search for home
- 'Novels are about survival': Why Anosh Irani's fiction is about the search to belong