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Ranjit Hoskote

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.

Published on 16th February 2018
Eric Akoto

JLF 2018: Eric Akoto on discovering new writing through Litro World Series editions

A chat with Eric Akoto at the Jaipur Literature Festival 2018.

Published on 1st February 2018
Fairness survey

Low self-esteem prevails amongst Indian girls: Talking about beauty at JLF 2018

An ongoing survey engaged key opinion formers at the Jaipur Literature Festival 2018 as a part of their effort to promote awareness on bo

Published on 28th January 2018
Lonely Courage

Jaipur Lit Fest 2018: Historian Rick Stroud tells the story of WWII agent Noor Inayat Khan

Jaipur Literature Festival 2018: An interview with Rick Stroud, a producer, director and and bestselling historian specialising in the events of World War II.

Published on 24th January 2018
Scenes from JLF 2017

Jaipur Lit Fest 2018: Anu Singh Chaudhary on 'Lok Bhasha', and the joys of writing

Anu Singh Choudharys give us insights into the broad topics set to engage audiences at the 11th Jaipur Lit Fest. 

Published on 19th January 2018
Neeta Gupta

Jaipur BookMark 2018: Neetu Gupta on Indian writing, and the business of translations

Neeta Gupta chats about copyrights, policy changes and the rise of Indian language publishing.

Published on 19th January 2018
Sonnet Mondal

'Language poetry is the grey matter of Indian literature'

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

Published on 25th December 2017
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.

Published on 2nd December 2017
Allan Sealy

Poetry with Prakriti 2017: Talking language with Allan Sealy

An interaction with the poet Allan Sealy, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti. 

Published on 30th November 2017
Ritu Menon

Five authors​ ​in​ ​contention​ ​for​ ​the​ ​coveted​ ​DSC prize

The DSC prize for South Asian Literature 2017 announces shortlist at the London School of Economics Literary event.

Published on 9th October 2017
Anitha Thampi

Chennai Reads: an evening of readings, presentations and discussion on human rights

Chennai reads, an event in association with UDHR draws attention to human rights issues by organising public readings of thematic texts, presentations on human rights issues and panel discussions

Published on 6th September 2017
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Monsoon Art Fest brings together generations of artists

The venue will sport paintings, sculptures, drama and cinema screenings

Published on 23rd June 2017
Satyajit Ray

Satyajit Ray's family plans big for birth centenary

Ray's family feels the weight of his extensive cinematic heritage

Published on 2nd May 2017
Perumal Murugan

Back to life: Perumal Murugan re-emerges days before award

An interaction with Perumal Murugan, days before the Sahitya Akademi award for the English translation of his controversial novel, Maadhorubaagan.

Published on 19th April 2017
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Morality, civilised selves exert little control over poetry: Ashis Nandy

Ashis Nandy said here that the ‘un-socialisable’ nature of the poetic act meant it was an exercise in conscience

Published on 10th April 2017

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