Little Hands of Silk

Little Hands of Silk

A tale of young hands at a silk-making factory, their friendship and loss.
Lives change forever one summer when apathy, ego, and greed unceremoniously combine in a silk-production facility. Set against the backdrop of child labor, Little Hands of Silk is a story of friendships and fury, of benevolence and breakdown.
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  • Genre Teen and young adult
  • Status In production
  • Followers 446
Author of a short story collection, From a Tilted Pail (Queen’s Ferry Press), Ajay Vishwanathan has work published or forthcoming in over a hundred literary journals, including The Minnesota Review,  and The Baltimore Review.