My talk at Texas A&M University-Kingsville library for the National Library Week from a few years ago is back up! You can check it out here!
Author: Amit Verma
Check out my recent interview on Masala Radio, one of the most renowned Indian diaspora radio station in U.S.A. Small parts of the interview are in Hindi.
Don’t hit the panic button on the peer-review process (yet)!
See my latest article on Linkedin here!
Why I Support The Cheetah Conservation Fund
You can read the entire blog on the Cheetah Conservation Fund website by clicking here.
Indie Book Talk interviews Amit Verma!
Emma and Shelley at Indie Book Talk interview Amit Verma, author of The Quiver in the Purlieu, on how sales of his book help support the Cheetah Conservation Fund. “Animal rights is his passion. Writing is what he does when a story seizes him and won’t let go.” Hear all about it here!
Coffee @ Corazon!
Click to watch part of the event held in Houston on May 24th. It was a great, stimulating craft discussion with Mike Hilbig!
Saving the Cheetahs
A long-time proud supporter of Cheetah Conservation Fund – CCF, I will be working with them to raise funds and awareness through my book, A Quiver in the Purlieu. From now till June 30, all royalties from the global sales of this book will go to CCF. As posted by CCF, “Author Amit Verma joins… Continue reading Saving the Cheetahs
Traci HalesVass interviews Amit on his new book for Write-On Four Corners, KSJE Farmington, NM 90.9 FM | Durango, CO 103.3 FM
The interview was broadcasted on January 19, 2022, 10:30 AM U.S. Mountain Time. In the interview, Amit discusses his new book, A Quiver in the Purlieu, and also read a small part of it. The recording for the interview can be found here.
Amit Verma and Mike Hilbig tackle craft and some heavy hitting topics in this latest insightful interview!
Check out my interview on page 66 with Mike Hilbig in Reading Nation Magazine on topics as varied as craft, society, politics, and colonialism! READING NATION MAGAZINE
How can our community and Coastal Bend universities work together?
COVID-19 continues to affect the state of higher education in our community, with both Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and Texas A&M University-Kingsville struggling with a myriad of challenges. Enrollment continues to be of concern, as do maintenance and upgrades – of infrastructure, academic and otherwise. However, the envisioned future looks promising, and the upper administration… Continue reading How can our community and Coastal Bend universities work together?