Jaipur Lit Fest

‘Kumbh of literature’ Jaipur Lit Fest returns to Diggi Palace

Set to take place 25-29 January, the ‘greatest literary show on Earth’ returns to Jaipur’s historic Diggi Palace Hotel in 2018 for its 11th edition.

Bloomsbury to publish house editions of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Bloomsbury is excited to announce they are to publish House Editions of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets to celebrate 20 years since the book was first published in July 1998.

Storytel announces tie-ups for audiobooks with Indian publishers

Storytel consolidates collection through partnership with leading Indian publishers ahead of World Book Fair 2018

Andy Weir

Andy Weir's Artemis, The Martian sequel, sets up heist on the moon

The Martian author Andy Weir is back with Artemis, a near-future thriller and heist story set on the moon.

A still from last year's Deewangi event

Attend this evening of Urdu poetry in Bengaluru

Deewaangi seeks  to revive Urdu poetry

Sharanya Manivannan

Poetry reading can be very intimate: Sharanya Manivannan

In conversation with Sharanya Manivannan at the Poetry with Prakriti festival. 

Renuka Narayanan

'WhatsApp testifies to ongoing poetic liveliness of bhasha'

In conversation with Renuka Narayanan for the Poetry with Prakriti festival.

Poorna Swami

'Poetry is staking claim to public space, kicking up ruckus we need'

In conversation with Poorna Swami at the Poetry with Prakriti festival. 

Sonnet Mondal

'Language poetry is the grey matter of Indian literature'

Sonnet Mondal on language poetry and more, at the Poetry with Prakriti festival. 

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Chathuri Chandrageetha's debut work of fiction reimagines the female strereotypes 

The women in Chathuri’s stories are bold beings, who aren’t afraid of exercising their free-will and breaking conventions while doing so

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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.

China in Drag

Interview: Michael Bristow's China in Drag is a fun, easy read

A teacher reveals himself as a cross-dresser to an English scribe, and the rest turns out to be the modern history of China. 

Saima Afreen

"Poems are alive volcanoes. They live, breathe. Hear the earth."

An interaction with the poet Saima Afreen, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti 2017.

Ramu Ramanathan

Ramu Ramanathan on reinventing the tradition of lok shahiri 

An interaction with the poet Ramu Ramanathan, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti 2017.

Priya Sarukkai Chabria

Priya Sarukkai Chabria on literary activism and the power of poetry

An interaction with the poet Priya Sarukkai Chabria, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti.

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