I'm Anindita. I'm a doctoral candidate at the University of Neuchâtel's Institute of English Studies where I study place and poetics in twentieth century American literature and teach undergraduate creative writing.
Currently I'm working on Mapping Bishop, a digital humanities project that is now in public beta. In this project, I am pulling together material from multiple sources to create a single map and timeline of Elizabeth Bishop's travel and writing during the early 1950s.
In 2016 I co-created and launched Summer of Darkness, an iPhone/iPad app that tells the story of Byron and the Shelleys in Switzerland, when Mary Shelley began to write Frankenstein. The app is a digital humanities project that performs an archive of material in "real" time 200 years later.
I'm also a young adult writer who's represented by Caryn Wiseman of Andrea Brown Literary Agency.