Selina Hossainis one of the most important women writers of Bangladesh.
Her works are a moving account of the contemporary social and political crises and conflicts as well as the recurrent cycles of the life of the struggling masses.
She visited the United States recently. In this interview, she talks about her intention to write about the struggle and dreams of Bangladeshi immigrants living in the United States and other countries.
Quite a few of her novels have been translated into French, Russian and English. Hossain is the winner of Bangla Academy award, 1980 and Alaol Purashkar, 1981 among many others.