Nalini Ramachandran‘s works for young readers cover a variety of subjects and styles-from a textbook on history to tales of horror and mystery; from a graphic novel cum biography to narratives from mythology; from legend and lore to humour and more. She began writing for children when working with India’s only all-comics children’s magazine, Tinkle. Today, her short stories have appeared in anthologies such as Gifts of Teaching and Scary Tales. She is the author of Detective Sahasasimha: The Case of the Disappearing Books; APJ Abdul Kalam: One Man, Many Missions (which won the ‘Best of Indian Children’s Writing: Contemporary Awards 2019’ in the ‘Comics/Graphic Novels’ category); and the non-fiction children’s book Lore of the Land: Storytelling Traditions of India. She also edits children’s books and holds workshops on creative writing and storytelling. To know more about her work, visit www.authornalini.com.