Margaret Atwood did not launch the feminist dystopia genre. But by writing its most visible work, ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’, she helped popularise the genre.Read More
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Amitav Ghosh’s Gun Island is a cli-fi novel that tackles immigration. Find out what Gun Island taught Nirbhay about immigration.
In this excerpt from ‘Kanpur Khoofiya Pvt Ltd’ by Richa S. Mukherjee, our protagonists stumble upon a dead body and investigate the crime scene.
Author Richa S. Mukherjee talks about why she chose to set her latest novel Kanpur Khoofiya Pvt. Ltd in small town India.
In this excerpt from ‘Babu Bangladesh!’ by Numair Atif Choudhury, we meet Pakistani army soldiers on the fourth day of their struggle against a banyan tree.
In this exclusive open letter, author Nemat Sadat shares his journey and explains why he has come to consider India as his home.
Why everyone, especially cis women, need to read Vasudhendra’s Mohanaswamy, which chronicles the life of a gay man in India.
The 2019 JCB Prize for Literature longlist features fascinating novels, including several works by debut authors and some by well-known authors.
Teeming with murder, mystery and spice, these works of crime fiction by Indian women authors with their crafty detectives will keep you asking whodunit.
These books written by LGBTQIA+ authors show us what it’s like to be gay in countries where it’s illegal.
This list will help you explore novels by Indian women in translation and features translations from languages like Urdu, Telugu and Marathi.
September is a great month for fans of Indian fiction. Along with Jhumpa Lahiri’s latest, keep an eye out for Harinder Sikka’s latest work as well.
If you are into non-fiction by Indian authors, September is a great month for you. Expect to read books about spirituality, politics, going viral as well as 2 eye-opening memoirs.
Grammar can be tricky and confusing. If you are looking to improve yours, this piece tells you why Dreyer’s English is a must-read.
Leila is a 2017 novel written by Prayaag Akbar. In 2019 Netflix released a TV show of the same name. This article compares the two.
It’s taken almost 30 years for Good Omens to be adapted to the screen. Find out how if the TV show matches up to the book.