Posts Tagged ‘authors’

I didn’t have many friends when I was growing up. I probably didn’t feel the need to put myself out there and build relationships other than the ones I already had. I had three elder sisters, and we were very close. Sisters (most of the time) tend to become your first close friends. But, I won’t dismiss the fact...

Looking for the perfect spooky read for a cold, rainy night that will certainly give you a thrill? “It Rained that Night” is the perfect read for you. The story of Anand, a writer chasing a deadline, who rents a guest house to complete his book. But there’s something really eery about this place and one rainy...

‘Mrinalini Gets Married’ by Sahana Ahmed was the Editor's Pick of the Week. Read the interview to know more about her work and experience.

नासिरा शर्मा बता रही हैं कि गैर मर्दों के स्पर्म से बच्चे पैदा करने के सवाल पर इस्लामी दुनिया के रुख पर उपन्यास लिखने का...

Some of our greatest Hindi films have been inspired and based on great classics. Devdas, for instance, based on Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s novel, has been remade 16 times! And of course, Chetan Bhagat’s novels are all being remade into films. So we’ve got a simple quiz for you: there are 10 posters below; guess...

Some people think Shakespeare may not have existed at all, and that someone else wrote his plays under a pseudonym

On Edgar Allan Poe's 208th birth anniversary, we decided to trawl through twitter and celebrate his sardonic take on life.

A new Suketu Mehta story, tales from the Ramayana, India's war in Bastar, an English translation of a banned Hindi novel and so much more.

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

I wrote The Well fifteen years ago. I still feel a kind of dread when I read it today.