Bharti Kirchner

2016 APPEARANCES (the last few)

Oct 2, End of the Novel workshop, WOTS Conference; also a publishing panel

Oct 31, 2 P.M. "How I became an author in fifteen or so slides" PowerPoint Presentation University of Washington, Allen Library Auditorium (as part of the Envisaging South Asia program)

Nov 19, Holiday Book-signing with S7W


March 14-17 Lake Chapala Writer's Conference, Mexico

Media Room

Listen and view Bharti Kirchner as she speaks about her work (at Bellevue Public Library auditorium). /BsWqsqc2Nb4" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen>


Read an Authornomics interview with Bharti Kirchner, exploring her writing process, and her views on writing

Selected Works

Released in 2016. Set in 17-Century India, the story of a village girl who becomes one of the most prominent women in India.
"Engrossing," The Seattle Times . Click
Sweeping family saga, about forbidden love and family honor (Sensual...suspenseful, Kirkus Reviews)
Sharmila, an American woman, travels to India for an arranged marriage. ("Smart, swift, and funny" -- Kirkus Reviews)
A spirited woman takes a fascinating journey of self-discovery (Finely crafted - Publisher’s Weekly)
A talented pastry chef rediscovers her love for life. (Witty. sensitive, elegant .. San Francisco Chronicle)