Simar Bhasin

The long pass: Indian football history with Novy Kapadia

India’s leading journalist takes his love for the sport to the next level

15 Sep 2017

A brief history of cinema through the eyes of Soumendu Roy

Devapriya Sanyal’s book, Through the Eyes of a Cinematographer: A Biography of Soumendu Roy brings to light the cinematographer's contribution to Indian cinema. 

23 Sep 2017

Greater case in point: Rupi Kaur's new-age poetry for Gurmukhi

New-age poetry gets a lesson in preserving the Gurmukhi script in Rupi Kaur's second collection. 

17 Oct 2017

Maria Qamar’s great dictionary of aunties

Maria Qamar’s first book, Trust No Aunty, profiles every kind of aunt out there — from the matchmakers and weight-watchers to the overfeeders and online stalkers

30 Oct 2017

A Tangle of Brungles - Shobha Viswanath’s twist on Macbeth

Shobha Viswanath’s new picture book, A Tangle of Brungles, gives the classic fairy tale a twist

30 Oct 2017

Fight song meets romance novel in Rishabh Puri’s new book

A fight song meets a romance novel, tracing a streak of optimism, in Rishabh Puri’s second book.

19 Dec 2017

Ranjit Hoskote offers an “extended hymn to the waters” with  Jonahwhale

Ranjit Hoskote is out with his new collection titled Jonahwhale, a work which he describes as an “extended hymn to the waters” that sustain us.

16 Feb 2018

Yogesh Chabria imagines AI and augmented reality in the future of self-help books 

Happionaire writer Yogesh Chabria imagines AI and augmented reality in the future of self-help books 

16 Feb 2018

Memories of Fire: Ashok Chopra tells us a story about childhood friends, and history

Ashok Chopra delves into four decades of experience in publishing, to tell us a story about childhood friends, and history

16 Feb 2018

Interview: Ashwin Sanghi on the nightmare that led to Keepers of the Kalachakra

Ashwin Sanghi speaks about Keepers of the Kalachakra, his newest book in the popular Bharat series, and how it all started with a nightmare.

23 Feb 2018

Gardens of earthly delight: Lathika George’s ‘Mother Earth, Sister Seed’ speaks for positive change

Lathika George brings a touch of ancient rituals and traditional methods to her new-age organic farm designs. 

05 Mar 2018

Funny bone: Bibek Debroy's book of limericks gets a fine touch by illustrator Sayan Mukherjee

Illustrator Sayan Mukherjee lends a few fine lines to Bibek Debroy’s hilarious verses.

05 Mar 2018

You Can't Go Home Again: Sarvat Hasin chronicles urban reality in Karachi

Sarvat Hasin chronicles urban reality in Karachi through tales of a few youngsters

16 Mar 2018

A Murder On Malabar Hill: Sujata Massey’s Perveen Mistry goes sleuthing in 1920s India

The story is centred around Perveen Mistry, a young lawyer who joins her father’s firm, and is on her way to become one of India’s first female lawyers, but finds her life in danger due to a case.

16 Mar 2018

Shreya Sen Handley on ‘Memoirs of My Body’ and the imperfect art of remembering

Shreya Sen Handley’s Memoirs of My Body coats social commentary with a dash of humour.

28 Mar 2018

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