Anup Mukherjee


I live at a place where the river flows and the land encircles, and the roads embed themselves like sinews. Seriously, I love to read, write and travel. I blog at with specific focus on books and literary / creative works and also self-help and motivation. I vlog at HueLike Vlog

I love to write a good story. Particularly, I love to write stories that have speculative / fantasy elements in it. Also, I happily read fiction of different genres. 

My qualifications include an MA in History, and an MBA in Finance and Marketing (dual specialization). I have worked in the fields of taxation, accounts and legal compliance.

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I’m also a mentee of the SFWA Career Mentorship Program (Dec 2019 – March 2020) which is a three month industry-awareness program, “providing community, sharing knowledge, and offering networking opportunities… focused on professional development rather than artistic development.”

I was also selected for SFWA non-US 2021 Nebula Conference scholarship.

My pen name for fiction is Anup Adriym


>>> Acceptance of a short for a print Anthology

Published Short Stories:

>>> My Speculative / Fantasy Flash fiction titled "System's Problem" for Flash Flood Journal as part of the National Flash Fiction Day. Publication date: 24th of June 2023 (National Flash Fiction Day 2023). Details   Details   Published story: System's Problem

>>> My Short Story (Fantasy) The Collection of Memories Published in Ayaskala Magazine Feb 2022. (The theme of the issue was: "Life in Adornment" exploring how material objects of adornment (clothing, clothing fasteners, jewelry, literature, metaphors, etc.) become part of our memory... and the social and symbolic significance of the material objects of memory in our culture) Details

My earlier published writings / conference papers include the following:

(1) Some thoughts on the Drain of Wealth: Colonial India and Imperial Britain published in print in World History Bulletin (WHB) Spring 2004, page 43-50

Soft copy available at:

(WHB Archive)

(2) Contextualizing Gandhi in Twenty First Century World, Conference Paper for World History Association Conference at Atlanta (June 2003)

(3) Concept of SwarajEssay Competition-cum-Young Scholars Seminar held under auspices of Indian Council of Philosophical Research  (Feb 1997) 

(4) Book Reviews on H-Net sites, for the following books:

(A) Andrew J. Bacevich. American Empire: The Realities and Consequences of U.S. Diplomacy  Link:

(B) R. J. Barendse. The Arabian Seas: The Indian Ocean World of the Seventeenth Century  Link:

(5) Published Articles:

YearPublisherPublicationArticle / Essay Published
2005ME Sharpe, USAWorld Trade: A Historical Encyclopedia of Economics, Politics, Society and Culture1. Advertising
3. Calcutta
4. Calicut
5. Indian Ocean Trade
6. Indus River
7. Patents
8. Socialism
9. Surat
2004SAGE, USAEncyclopedia of Leadership1. Akbar
2. Lenin
2003Routledge (USA)Encyclopedia of Religion and WarModern Hinduism
2003Routledge (USA)Encyclopedia of World Environmental HistoryAncient South East Asia

(6) Published short essays:

(1) Ideas, Not Power, Rules the World

(2) Only Better People, Not Better Laws, Can Transform Society

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