Richard Crasta grew up in Mangalore and has spent the years since then trying to recover from the experience. He managed to squeak through with an unimpressive BA degree, joined the Indian Administrative Service, and then escaped to the US to nurture his profoundly uneducated soul at assorted schools including Columbia University. On a dark Christmas night in New York, he wrote the first pages of his first novel, The Revised Kama Sutra, which was first published by Penguin India to considerable acclaim and later by many other publishers worldwide. He became a full-time writer and New York resident and went on to publish six other books, including the satirical Impressing the Whites and the Bush-whacking and comical What We All Need.
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