Here, the debut novelist speaks about her ideas of home and belonging, writing in an era of global climate change and what she intends to work on next.
26 Feb 2020
The Dutch House is the story of Danny and Maeve Conroy, a brother and sister who grow up in a fantastically beautiful and elaborate mansion outside of Philadelphia.
25 Jan 2020
American-born Scotland-based writer Lucy Ellmann’s Ducks, Newburyport, was named the winner of The Goldsmiths Prize for 2019.
03 Dec 2019
Minnette fascinated me. She also intimidated me. I wanted to know her better and bring her story to a wider audience.
12 Nov 2019
What this book fixes on is the fact that India was actually conquered not by a nation state, but far more sinisterly, by a corporation.
29 Oct 2019
Between Art of Joy sessions, kick-boxing classes and raising three children, Natasha is also playing confidante to her close friend Trisha who is having an extramarital affair.
24 Aug 2019
By the time I began working on The Farm, I was 40 years old, and I hadn’t written fiction since college – but the ideas behind the book were ones that had me pre-occupied for decades.
18 Aug 2019
Shunali Khullar Shroff’s Love in the Time of Affluenza is all about the rich and the fabulous who form Mumbai’s one percent elite.
13 Aug 2019
In an email interview, Shannon talks about using the fantasy genre for a feminist tale, the need for more marginal voices in literature and her love for the Young Adult (YA) genre of fiction.
10 Jun 2019
An almost anthropological fascination with the sub-culture of Bhaigiri is what inspired this novel.
29 Mar 2019
A physician-scientist at the University of Pennsylvania, Vikram Paralkar’s The Afflictions is a unique book that is situated in a library in Europe, during the Renaissance.
19 Mar 2019
Turns out, that one wrote the script and the other one directed, and I think it went very, very well.
11 Mar 2019
Anjum Hasan’s new collection of short stories explores various levels of angst, and the empty spaces in the lives of people.
06 Apr 2018
Ranjit Hoskote offers an “extended hymn to the waters” with Jonahwhale
16 Feb 2018
Having penned bestselling titles like Of Love and Other Sorrows and A Scrapbook of Memories:
02 Feb 2018
Given the apt tag of an “InstaPoet”, online sensation Rupi Kaur gained worldwide recognition with her first self-published anthology of prose and poetry, Milk and Honey, w
06 Oct 2017
The beloved children’s author in a chat on his new novel and what’s in store for his readers
29 Nov 2016
Renuka Narayanan on her new book and drawing from memory
08 Nov 2016
After bringing back Inspector Gowda in Chain of Custody, Anita Nair’s next is all about Islamic lore from the Quran
21 Oct 2016
Bringing tales from the Quran to the fore, Anita Nair’s Muezza and Baby Jaan will hit stands later this year.
14 Oct 2016