"Recent Indian writing has been extremely timid and unadventurous with regard to form; the "innocent, simple writer" is an image that's carefully constructed, duly championed in Indian letters. I'm not saying that a "transparent" narrative form can't be brilliant and profound, you understand, just that it shouldn't be a dogma or an imperative, that there should be more space cleared for plurality and the innovation of literary forms."
He also says that a lot of cross pollination is happening between the Bhasa poets and English-writing poets. Hope some major trend emerges soon, before these fingers grow cold and wrinkled. Hmmmph.