The Brotherhood: The Brotherhood Trilogy

The Brotherhood: The Brotherhood Trilogy

by Tejas Desai

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988351929
Publisher: The New Wei
Publication date: 09/16/2012
Series: Brotherhood Chronicle , #1
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

Tejas Desai was born in New York City in the early 1980s. He is a novelist, short story writer, blogger, playwright, filmmaker, actor, educator, librarian, publisher, critic of literature, arts and culture, and the founder of The New Wei Literary Movement and Collective. He has won the Wesleyan Fiction Award, sponsored by Norman Mailer, been a honorable mention in the Princeton Poetry Contest, and has attended the University of Oxford in England. He holds both a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing/Literary Translation and a Master of Library/Information Science.

The Brotherhood, the first book in The Brotherhood Trilogy, was published in September 2012. Good Americans, the first book in The Human Tragedy series, will be released in Fall 2013.

The New Wei is a budding author collective and literary movement dedicated to promoting prolific and provocative narrative artists who are determined to create oeuvres.

Posts and essays describing his aesthetic philosophy and his views on the future of literature in the digital age are currently being published on The New Wei website: http://thenewwei.tumblr.com.

(You may also read more about Tejas Desai at his website, http://tejas-desai.com and his aesthetic philosophy on the New Wei website, http://thenewwei.tumblr.com Audio readings, videos and photos of characters from his fiction are on the Brotherhood website, http://brotherhoodnovel.tumblr.com)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tejas Desai has given readers an amusing idea of what it takes for a reluctant Indian American to be a detective in a culture that would normally frown on such child's play. There are so many interesting characters. The writing is fresh and brisk. Desai is an up and coming story teller whom I hope to read again shortly.