Be Like Teflon is a new book by Jasleen Kaur commissioned by curatorial company Panel for Glasgow Women's Library. In a collection of conversations between Jasleen and women of Indian heritage living in the UK, arise themes of labor, duty, sustenance, and loss. Here we find a place for their histories, experience, and strength. Through the simple act of listening, over a hot Tava or plate of food, begin acts of solidarity and self-nourishment.
This publication received support from Creative Scotland and was produced by Panel. It is co-published by Glasgow Women's Library and Dent-De-Leone.
Text by Jasleen Kaur and Amanprit Sandhu.
Printed by J Thomson Colour Printers in Scotland.
Graphic Design by Åbäke.
Softcover with plastic dust jacket, 128 pages, 5 inches x 7 3/8 inches, English, First Edition, Glasgow Women's Library & Dent-de-Leone, 2019.
Edition of 750.