Posts Tagged ‘authors’

‘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.

  Do you write everyday? Where and when do you write? Writing is thinking through small and hard problems for me; being aware of one’s surroundings and emotions. In a way, I’m always in this meditative zone. After I’ve thought through a problem or an emotion or a set of them, the physical act of recording these...

  That Friday night, my Twitter feed was abuzz with Kanhaiya Kumar — he was everywhere, and the electrifying speech he had given in JNU after his release on bail kept being retweeted and watched again and again. I could not stop thinking about it, and immediately called up a colleague who knew him, and another friend,...