Mridula Koshy's latest book, Bicycle Dreaming, was published by Speaking Tiger in 2016. Read a summary of reviews here.

Not Only The Things That Have Happened (titled Lost Boy outside of South Asia), was published in India by Harper Collins in December 2012. Buy it on line in India here. Read a summary of reviews here.

Mridula Koshy's first book, If It Is Sweet, was published by Westland-Tranquebar (2009). It won the 2009 Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize and was shortlisted for the 2009 Vodafone Crossword Book Award.   Summary of reviews are here.  Buy it on-line in IndiaUSA or UK. You can buy the Australian version (Hunter Publishing, 2011) here.

Several stories have appeared in anthologies:
"Jeans," in India Shining, India Changing (Westland-Tranquebar, India, 2009) and India (Isbn Edizioni, Italy, 2008)
"When the Child Was a Child," in First Proof 3 (Penguin, 2008)
"A Large Girl,"  in 21 Under 40 (Zubaan, India, 2007) and Katha: Short Stories by Indian Women (Saqi, UK, 2007)
"Romancing the Koodawallah," in Indian Bites, Wasafiri's 25'th anniversary special, October, 2010.
"Saleem on Earth," in Christmas Stories (Scholastic India, 2010)

Selected Writing, Available On-Line
On libraries in India: "That Thing About Creating Nalandas",Yahoo News, March, 2015.
On the Deepalaya Community Library Project: "How Children are Learning to Read Books in a New Way", Scroll.in, May, 2015.
Story: "The Good Mother," India Currents, July, 2008.  Winner of the 2008 Katha Desi Fiction Contest. Also appeared in Out of Print, September, 2010.
Story: "Same Day," Tehelka Magazine, 10 January, 2009.
Story: "Intimations of a Greater Truth," Le Monde Diplomatique, June, 2009.
A discussion of Malayalam language literature: "Kerala: mad about books," Le Monde Diplomatique, June, 2009.
Story: "When Will it Rain?" published on the I'm a Bhopali website, December, 2009.
Excerpt: "The crowd at the junction," from forthcoming novel, in Pratilipi, March-June, 2010.
Narrative: "Footpath," on blog; also appeared in Hi India, 13 August, 2010.
Creative non-fiction: "The most beautiful woman in the world," Social Policy, Fall, 2010.
Essay: "What news from a changing India?" Originally published in the catalogue for INDIA AWAKENS Under the Banyan Tree, which showed at Vienna's Essl Museum.
Creative non-fiction: "Ain't I a Woman," in Social Policy, Winter, 2011.
Story: "The Large Girl" in Days of Roses.