The Guardian

“An interactive ‘born digital’ story, We Are Angry, fuses fact and fiction, prose, audio and video in a devastatingly powerful way As we read or 'experience' it, we watch the 'viral video' of policemen prodding the victim, read fictionalised news reports about the case and hear the voices of real Indians debating sexism. The experience flows seamlessly, even when we stop to click on the helpful integrated glossary of Hindi words.” (Read full review)

The South China Morning Post

“ is a ground-breaking multimedia - or transmedia - work by Delhi-based American journalist and writer Lyndee Prickitt. Challenging both in its message and in its medium, it blends the written word with audio, video, pictures, statistics, thought bubbles, cartoons, artwork, music and more. At its bare bones it is a 6,000-word linear narrative written from the point of view of a rape victim - a voice rarely heard in patriarchal India‚Ķ Transmedia may still be in its adolescent phase, but it may just be the future of storytelling.” (Read full review)

The Conversation

“It was an extraordinary reading experience. It left me agitated, unsettled and deeply angry. I’m not yet ready to experience it again, but I will. And I urge you to.” (Read full review)


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