A vigilante learned in the martial art of kalaripayuttu is the protagonist of the Odayan series, which has found a sizeable fan following
For many of us, criticism is a somewhat bitter pill to swallow.
The closing of Samanth Subramanian’s intense investigation into the aftermath of Sri Lanka’s victory over the separatist LTTE is perhaps the best of recent times.
He is 86 years old, his eyesight is failing and much of his recent work reads like a man saying goodbye.
But W.S. Merwin continues to write poems; he cannot help himself.
In Saltwater, debutant author Shrey chronicles a generation that’s ‘losing it, together, one shiny party at a time’
Manivannan was only ten years old when he wrote his first story but it was laughed at by everybody.
Written over a span of 30 years, these seven stories share a common theme of derangement
Meghna Pant’s first story was published when she was 19! the author, whose collection of short stories titled Happy Birthday was recently longlisted for the frank o’connor award, admits to being ‘madly consumed’ by writing
A lone lover weeping at a grave is melancholy, three lovers in tears at the same grave is just plain awkward. Add a mysterious woman in a burqa, a tight-lipped gravedigger, eerie happenings, heavily tinted black and white illustrations, and you have Annie Zaidi’s latest piece of work, a spare and slim novella called Gulab.