Tito Mukhopadhyay

I wonder what to write about myself. I have a long full name – but “Tito” is sufficient.
But this is a biography and I am sure it is not a permanent status. Like everyone I would change in the future.

When I wrote The Mind Tree, I was definitely somebody else. I saw things differently. When I wrote How Can I Talk if My Lips Don’t Move, I was a different self. My book called Plankton Dreams was written by a different version of me. Every book creates, erodes, and modifies me, including the experience of writing this book.

I was featured on Good Morning America, BBC, National Geographic, Scientific American, New York Times, and CNN. Those articles and documentaries changed me too! I was humbled every time with every opportunity.
And what is a book anyway? It is an opportunity to interact with noisy spaces of mind.