At an AKLF 2020 session, Prayaag Akbar to talk about dissent and democracy
We give you a lowdown of the highlights of the iconic literature festival
Global comedy sensation Papa CJ lays it bare with his autobiography Naked, and he’s really not afraid of being judged
Elizabeth Wurtzel, whose confessions of struggles with addiction and depression in Prozac Nation made her a voice and a target for an anxious generation, died Tuesday at age 52.
Amitabha Bagchi, winner of the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2019, gives us his overview of current social affairs, and the need to carefully look back at the past.
After more than 60 years spent sealed up in a library storage facility, about 1,000 letters written by poet TS Eliot to confidante Emily Hale will be unveiled this week.
Sonny Mehta, the urbane and astute head of Alfred A Knopf, has died at age 77.
Celebrity photographer Rohan Shrestha on capturing basketball in India for his first book, Home Court, and finally being able to break out from the mould of a ‘Bollywood photographer’
Scandinavian writer Ari Behn — the ex-husband of Norwegian Princess Martha Louise and among the people who had accused actor Kevin Spacey of sexual misconduct — died this week. He was 47.
Elizabeth Spencer, a grande dame of Southern literature who bravely navigated between the Jim Crow past and open-ended present in her novels and stories, has died at 98.
Da Chen, the brilliant storyteller who created the critically acclaimed memoir Colors of the Mountain, has died at age 57.
Amitabha Bagchi’s novel Half The Night Is Gone emerged as the winner from a shortlist of six to take the coveted US $25,000 DSC Prize.
Author Haruki Murakami marked 40 years of his debut as a novelist with his first public reading in Japan in nearly a quarter-century.