Posts Tagged ‘fiction’

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...

Our pick of the week is Neha Malude’s short story From Scratch, in which a son bonds with his father after his mother’s death. Neha is a storyteller who relies on her crippling fear of the dark to write horror flash fiction and other things. She has Instagram FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), is addicted to stationery,...

This week the Editors’ pick from the writer’s platform was A Pregnant Pause by Paroma. The author looks forward to writing in her leisure time because it combines her passion for reading and travelling and allows her to imagine different people in familiar settings. Juggernaut did a special interview with the...

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An interview with Anand Neelakantan, author of Asura, and the Ajaya series.

Veena Muthuraman speaks to R. Sivapriya about writing fiction around demonetisation, and how characters find new ways to deal with it.

Juggernaut fiction editor and author of The Devourers Indrapramit Das chooses his #BestReads2016

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.

Juggernaut is proud to bring you books from Readomania, an independent Indian publisher that nurtures and showcases diverse new writers from across India. Its anthology of stories based on Indian women who fight back, Defiant Dreams: Tales of Everyday Divas (available on the Juggernaut app here), was selected for...

Juggernaut expands its collection with the finest of books from our new partner publisher – Black Inc., an Australian publisher of high-quality nonfiction and fiction from Down Under, and the Australian Book Industry (ABIA) Small Publisher of the Year 2015. Black Inc. boasts of several award-winning nonfiction...