Anna Burns

Anna Burns wins Man Booker Prize for Milkman

Judges unanimous in the choice of Northern Irish winner for ‘utterly distinctive’ Troubles-era novel.

DSC Prize 2018 Longlist Announcement

Longlist announced for US $25,000 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2018

16 novels including four translated works in contention for the coveted prize.

Half Gods by Akil Kumarasamy

Book excerpt: Read the New World from Half Gods by Akil Kumarasamy

The New World is one of the many chapters from the new book by Akil Kumarasamy

Shivesh Bhatia

Shivesh Bhatia's first book isn't out yet and it's already an Amazon bestseller!

Insta-famous baker Shivesh Bhatia is dropping his first book this month. Here’s a peek inside...

Shashi Tharoor, Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi, Shashi Tharoor, Raghuram Rajan shortlisted for 16th edition of the Raymond Crossword Book awards

Modi's name features in the Children's Books category for Exam Warriors, Tharoor's in Non-fiction category for Why I Am A Hindu, and Rajan's in Business and Management category for I Do What I Do.   

Zuni Chopra

The name of the prose: Zuni Chopra deconstructs fairytales in The Island of the Day Before

Zuni Chopra's new anthology deconstructs popular fairytales with a modern take. 

Deborah Baker (Pic: Julienne Schaer)

Gone with the war: Deborah Baker weaves history, intrigue and politics in The Last Englishmen

The Last Englishmen weaves together history, intrigue and politics to recreate an era of conflicts and paradoxes. 

Suzanne Franco

Let the truth be told: Suzanne Franco recounts inspiring story of Valliamma Mudaliar

Suzanne Franco recounts the inspiring real-life story of a young girl in Gandhi’s South African Satyagraha force.

Rukmini Varma

All in the family: Rukmini Varma's Hidden Truth pays homage to Raja Ravi Varma

Rukmini Varma keeps things in the family, with a homage to Raja Ravi Varma.

Lal Ruby

Queen of queens: Ruby Lal revisits the life and times of Mughal Empress, Nur Jahan

Ruby Lal re-creates the fascinating life and times of the Mughal Empress, Nur Jahan.

Trisha Das

Kama chameleon: Vir Das' sister Trisha intertwines history and romance in her new book

Comedian Vir Das’ sister, author and filmmaker Trisha Das, tells a story of love and intimacy in her new book.

Vivek Shanbhag and Deepa Mehta unveil the Longlist of The JCB Prize for Literature

Inaugural 2018 JCB Prize for Literature longlist displays diversity of Indian writing

After months of reading and evaluation, the jury presented a longlist which displays the great diversity of contemporary literature by Indian writers.

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The third edition of the Ooty Literary Festival brings together writing from across all genres

From history and environmental writing to poetry, the Ooty Lit Fest hopes to harness the power of the written word

Marshall Goldsmith

How Women Rise by Sally Helgesen and Marshall Goldsmith is a guide to help ladies break the glass ceiling

The book is replete with anecdotal references and also busts some popular myths about doing well at the workplace.

DSC Prize 2017 winner Anuk Arudpragasam

2018 DSC Prize entries find strong presence of South Asian women writers, debut novelists

A majority of women writers and 30 per cent first-time novelists are the highlights of the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2018 entries.