Two new poems in The Bombay Review, April 2020

​Death, unknown yes, yes, I know we come alone go alone but when we come may it be to the sounds of love and arms roped in an embrace and when we go, and when we go may there be at least one person next to us, the one who has loved us for an instant even, or someone...

Mona Dash talks about ‘A Roll Of The Dice’

‘A Roll Of The Dice’ is a Non-Fiction finalist for The People’s Book Prize 2020! Mona Dash writes about her 10-year roller-coaster journey from India to England, after her first child is diagnosed with Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID). A story...

‘A Roll of the Dice’ reviewed by Dr Leena Appicatlaa

As reviewed in the November issue of Confluence: ”Structured into six sections, each exploring a different challenge and interestingly mapped to a corresponding emotion, A Roll of the Dice is a beautiful story, articulated in an honest, heartfelt manner which...

More reviews for ‘A Roll of the Dice’

‘A Roll of the Dice is a book that resonates with sadness and joy; altogether an amalgamation of ardent fervor, a mother’s love, and the world’s gentle sway in the direction of good fortune. It is a story of motherhood and resilience and the power of hope. Mona...