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The Atlas of Reds and Blues

- To Be Released February 5, 2019 - 

From Counterpoint Press - Cover reveal for The Atlas of Reds and Blues from our Winter, 2019 list, written by Devi S. Laskar. An arresting debut novel which bears witness to American racism and abuse of power, and traces one woman's shift from acquiescence to resistance. 

When the Dolls Leave the Dollhouse

-To Be Released Winter 2019-

Publishers Weekly - Book Deals: Week of February 26, 2018:

Laskar Takes Debut to Counterpoint

"Columbia M.F.A. graduate and former crime reporter Devi S. Laskar sold North American rights to her debut novel, When the Dolls Leave the Dollhouse, to Jennifer Alton at Counterpoint. Reiko Davis at DeFiore and Company Literary Management, who represented Laskar, said the book was pitched as being “in the vein of Claudia Rankine’s Citizen and Sandra Cisneros’s House on Mango Street.” It follows an Indian-American woman who moves her family back to the Deep South, where she grew up. Davis explained that the book is told in “brief chapters that highlight the structure of Aristotle’s Incline” and focuses on a nameless narrator who “struggles to make sense of her past, decipher her present, and plan for the future while she lies bleeding on her driveway one morning after the police shoot her.” The book is set for winter 2019." 



 Anastasia Maps

Finishing Line Press has released this poetry chapbook and it can be purchased on Finishing Line Press. Anastasia Maps is also available on Amazon.


"Sounding Off" published October 2017



"Though the Stars Walk Backward"

published Nov. 2017


The Paddock Review

"Instructions for Driving at Night"

published January 2018 


"Eyes of Apollo"

December 2017

Photo by foto-ruhrgebiet/iStock / Getty Images

With thanks to VONA & The Kelly Writers House for sponsoring the VONA Open Studio.

Philadelphia, June 2017