Akshay Chavan of Live History India reviewed my book and interviewed me (apologies for the low quality copy-original in the link).
An op-ed I wrote for the BBC (apologies for the low quality copy-original in the link).
Ei Somoy reviewed my book in their August 25 paper (page 8).
The Asian Review of Books reviewed my book.
R. Prasannan of The Week reviewed my book.
Ei Somoy interviewed me at the American Center, Kolkata.
UNI, the Indian equivalent of the Associated Press, interviewed me at the American Center, Kolkata.
The Telegraph featured my talk last Friday at the American Center, Kolkata, in their Metro section (page 9).
The South China Morning Post, Hong Kong’s leading English newspaper and paper of record, reviewed my book.
- ‘[Otis] makes this key piece of colonial history and Indian journalism both vibrant and droll, which is no small task.’
- ‘Reads like fiction … Hicky’s Bengal Gazette remains a compelling read all the way through to its elegiac conclusion.’
The Financial Express reviewed my book: ‘Otis’ book comes at a time when the integrity of media is under the scanner the world over. The opposition that Hicky faced from the establishment in the 1700s still finds relevance today, and that’s one of the main reasons this book makes for enlightening reading.’
The The Hindu has reviewed my book. ‘Did freedom of the press triumph? For that you must turn to Otis’s book, as he sketches a riveting tale of the struggle of India’s first newspaper editor.’ – The Hindu
A wonderful review of my book in the Business Standard, by Devangshu Datta.
My book has been recommended by The Caravan Magazine in their July 2018 edition, on page 95.
The Sunday Guardian published an excerpt from the prologue of my book Hicky’s Bengal Gazette: The Untold Story of India’s First Newspaper.
With Professor Rudrangshu Mukherjee at the Bengal Club