Jonathan Gil Harris decodes the popular appeal of Shakespeare’s classic works for Indian mass audiences in Masala Shakespeare: How A Firangi Writer became Indian.
Nadeem Zaman takes us through erstwhile East Pakistan, during the turmoil-ridden year of 1971.
With two volumes of poetry, a short story anthology and two novels, several of which have been translated to other languages, Salma has made her mark as a distinctive literary voice
From science writing, climate change, historical fiction and non-fiction to mental health and storytelling for general well-being, this year’s showcase at the JLF is much larger than before
The 10th edition of AKLF was inaugurated in the presence of Anita Ratnam, Coonoor Kripalani, Indrani Dasgupta Paul and Priti Paul, the Director Apeejay Surendra Group among others
The books takes you on a journey through Mumbai, Kerala and Goa
Award winning author and musician Amit Chaudhuri recently launched his second book of poems titled Sweet Shop at the Oxford Bookstore in Kolkata
From musical evenings, book-signings and discussions to art exhibitions, there's a lot in store at the JLF
A statement released by the Bharatiya Jnanpith said his writing had extraordinary depth and substance, while also creating a space where the past connects with the present.
Oxford Bookstore, Kolkata, recently organised a curtain raiser for the 10th annual Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival (AKLF) to be held from January 18 to 20 at four heritage sites of the city
All set to visit the city for teh Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2019, Andrew Sean Greer tells us how he turned a dreadful novel on its head, and into a Pulitzer-winning comedy
In The Twice-Born, author Aatish Taseer, through the metaphor of Benaras, attempts to understand how the amalgam of culture and politics will define the nation’s future