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Manjushree Thapa is an author, essayist, and translator. Her books include The Lives We Have Lost, A Boy from Siklis, Forget Kathmandu, and her latest, All of Us in Our Own Lives. Thapa’s essays and editorials have appeared in The New York Times, London Review of Books, Newsweek, and The Globe and Mail. As a literary translator, she has translated Nepali novels, short stories, and poems into English. Thapa is the recipient of the Joseph S. Stauffer Prize, a Fulbright Fellowship, and has lectured at institutions including Cornell University, University of Toronto, and the National Gallery of Canada. Thapa lives in Toronto.

Program History

Writer in Residence

Berton House Writers’ Residency