Jokes aside, there is something to be said about this novel’s failure to work as a murder mystery.
The author makes a virginal entry at Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Literary Festival, and comes away with a few unexpected revelations.
In conversation with Tanuja Desai Hidier, singer-songwriter and bestselling author of Born Confused and Bombay Blues.
In conversation with the founders of the Eternal Library, India’s first library consultancy firm, and Trilogy, a new library, book store, and event space in Mumbai.
In conversation with writer and filmmaker Devashish Makhija about Forgetting, his new book of short stories.
The Maoists aren’t a ‘tribe’, though some of them might be tribals. The C.R.P.F. certainly isn’t. Which tribe hunts for a monthly salary?
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In Janice Pariat’s debut novel Seahorse, time is tethered to love, to obsessions, to personal myths.
Annie Zaidi takes the tropes of the conventional ghost story and breathes new life into them.
Mukherjee writes with subtlety and intelligence, never quite allowing any of his characters to assume a moral authority.
In conversation with Samit Basu about his new series of children’s books titled The Adventures of Stoob.
Mushtaq Ahmed Yosufi’s novel captures the overpowering sense of nostalgia that erupted in the Indian subcontinent after the partition.