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The Inn is a story about a man trying to be accepted socially and adjust in a group which is unquestioning about their own significance. And it is about the complicity in violence and it perpetration by the global elite whose only real challenger is nature and the planet itself.
Maniza Naqvi is a novelist and short story writer. She has written four novels: Mass Transit, On Air, Stay with Me, and A Matter of Detail. Sarajevo Saturdays is a collection of her short stories and poems. Her short story An Impossible Shade of Home Brew is included in the anthology And Then the World Changed. Her short story A Brief Acquaintance which is included in the anthology Neither Night nor Day. Her short story Muse is included in the anthology Shaping the World. Her play That Sara Aziz is included in the anthology Shattering Stereotypes and was produced at the Minneopolis Fringe Festival. Her book A Guest in the House is a memoir also translated in Urdu chronicles her time at the Pioneer Book House, Karachi and provides a lens into the history of the city. She is a Monday columnist for 3Quarksdaily.com and has contributed essays for the monthly magazine Herald, including an essay on Pakistan’s English fiction. Her new novel completed in 2008, The Inn, will be published in 2021 by Maktaba e Danyal. She has 30 years of Social Protection and Social Development experience managing the preparation and implementation of Social Safety Nets, Community Development and Job Creation programs. Maniza is the Founder and CEO of The Little Book Company.