On Women’s Day, read stories of real, unapologetic women

By Siddhi JainNew Delhi, Feb 23 (IANSlife) Ahead Of The International Women's Day On March 8, Two Collections Of Short Stories Of Flawed, Rebellious And Most Importantly Real Women, Are Set To Be Published By Penguin.

The New Titles -- "Women Who Misbehave" And "Impetuous Women" -- Are Stories Of Women Who Step Across The Laxman Rekha, Who Are Unapologetic, Strong And Unconventional But Always Flawed.

"Women Who Misbehave" Is Written By Sayantani Dasgupta, An Assistant Professor Of Creative Writing At The University Of North Carolina Wilmington, And Much Like The Women Within Its Pages, Contains Multitudes And Contradictions.

At A Party To Celebrate Her Friend's Wedding Anniversary, A Young Woman Spills A Dangerous Secret.

A Group Of Girls Mourns The Loss Of Their Strange, Mysterious Neighbour.