The winning writer

The first recipient of the newly instituted Bapsi Sidhwa Literary Prize is Tanaz Bhathena of Mississauga, Ontario whose fictional work Hunted by the Sky edged out competition from other Zoroastrian authors from India, UK, USA and Canada. The Prize was announced on the second day of the 12th World Zoroastrian Congress (12WZC) in New York on July 2, 2022. Carrying a cash gift of USD 2,000 (Rs 1,48,347) and a medal, it is sponsored by the Zoroastrian Association of Houston and FEZANA (Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America) Information Research Education System (FIRES).              Tanaz Bhathena (left), Bapsi Sidhwa     Hunted by......

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