Archive for: August, 2016

A good book reminds children to be mindful, to respect people. There’s nothing revolutionary about that; it is boring and mundane, but it is the way to live and be.

Body-shaming was only the least of the worst things they said about Rekha.

Sayantan Ghosh, editor by day and writer by night, chooses the 5 books he would read on Juggernaut

TEDx speaker and Frank O'Connor prize longlisted author Meghna Pant on why aren't we letting boys do whatever they want.

We left it to you to choose the titles. Now we want these books.

Sucheta Dasgupta on literary tours and why the short story is a more powerful medium in #HowWritersWrite

Ashwin Mudigonda on writing a short story collection that recounts the old days in Madras

Laxmi Hariharan on writing intuitive urban fantasy-romance that draws the best from both worlds.

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Nine authors share their wackiest sibling stories -- and some more.