Prabhaker Acharya turned to creative writing after he retired as the Head of the Department of English from K C College, Mumbai. The Book Review called his debut novel, The Suragi Tree (2006), “a delightful novel,” and found its “absorbing plot . . . its relaxed and relaxing pace, its suave control . . . simply breathtaking.”
About his second novel, Manu in Kishkindha, (2015) – an evocative exploration of Indian mythology – the ABNA Publisher Weekly Reviewer said, “Readers will be swept away in the nonstop action.”
Kaviteya Odu ( Reading Poetry), his first book in Kannada, won the Karnataka Sahitya Academy Award for literary criticism in 2013. Dhvani and Epiphany, his latest book, is
all set to take you on an exploration into the world of poetry, fiction and drama and an appreciation of the world of architecture.