Bharat calls himself a professional storyteller and amateur cook. After 10 years of working in politics, he tried to explain how the country went from Barack Obama to Donald Trump by writing Confessions of a Campaign Manager. Then he wrote Oasis, a desert-fantasy novel that examined what makes a family and how refugees should be treated. Bharat is always looking to make a political statement with his writing because he knows politics seeps into every aspect of society and believes we can’t understand each other without a firm, constant understanding of how politics affects us in all ways.
He just released the WP Trilogy, an #ownvoices thriller about an Indian-American set in modern-day NYC.
"Bharat Krishnan's PRIVILEGE follows in the hallowed footsteps of polemical science fiction, and wraps itself in a fast-paced heist plot."
Author of Machinehood (Simon & Schuster)