Sarnath Banerjee


Sarnath Banerjee has degree in biochemistry and received an M.A. in Image and Communication from Goldsmiths College. He wrote Corridor, India’s first graphic novel published by Penguin (India) and Vertige Graphics (France). His second novel Barn Owl’s Wondrous Capers, on the scandals of 18th century Calcutta was published in 2007 in India and France. He has held several fellowships in India, France and Gemany and recently became a fellow of the Institute of Advanced Studies, Budapest.

Sarnath Banerjee runs a publishing house Phantomville that exclusively publishes graphic novels. He is currently exploring crossover of media including video, performance, murals and graphic novels.