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Jahnavi Barua (Assamese: জাহ্নৱী বৰুৱা) is an Indian author from Assam. She is the author of Next Door, a critically acclaimed collection of short stories set in Assam with insurgency as the background.
Next Door (Penguin India, 2008) Rebirth (Penguin India, 2010)
- 2012 Commonwealth Book Prize shortlist
- 2011 Man Asian Literary Prize, shortlist, Rebirth
- 2009 Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award, longlist.
- 2006 Short Fiction contest hosted by Unisun Publishers (Second prize, Children's fiction category).
- 2005 Short Fiction contest hosted by Unisun Publishers
- Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarship for Creative Writing
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- Freshly Pressed, expressindia.com; accessed 6 April 2015.
- Profile, tribuneindia.com; accessed 6 April 2015.
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