Isher’s life, she affirms, has been “an absolute joyride”, and she did not realise that there was a crash-landing ahead.
All The Lives We Never Lived has been selected from a list of 156 novels submitted by library systems in 119 cities in 40 countries. This novel is Anuradha Roy’s fourth novel and is also the winner of the Tata Literature Live Book of the Year Award (2018).
Discussing the nuances of short story writing with Kritika Pandey, Sukanya Venkatraghavan and Koral Das Gupta.
“The reason why our jury has chosen these 10 books is simple: they imagine and they are unforgettable,” says Literary Director Mita Kapur.
No award or honour, no matter my admiration for the person for whom it was named, means so much to me that I would forfeit the right to follow the dictates of my own conscience – JK Rowling.
Mohanaswamy is semi-autobiographical in nature and draws heavily from its author Vasudhendra’s experiences.
Sisters Greeshma and Gayathri on how they explore patterns around them.
Despite being lambasted by critics and facing charges of obscenity in her works, Ismat Chughtai kept writing fearlessly on tabooed topics and advocated for women’s rights throughout her life.
The book is an example of what the horizon of contemporary writing can look like which is inclusive and pushed imagination of both writing and reading.
Mercedes Barcha, the widow of renowned Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, passed away on August 15 at the age of 87. She was well-known for being the muse who helped Marquez pen down his masterpiece, One Hundred Years Of Solitude.
Subhadra Kumari Chauhan’s idea behind writing fiery prose was to reach out to the youths to encourage them to participate in the Indian Nationalist Movement.
The princely state of Bhopal was taken over by the government of the Union of India on 1st June 1949. Here’s the story behind its merger.