A baker’s dozen of singularly inconsequential lives that make up the billion souls populating Manesh Rao’s India.
Madeline Amelia Clements
William Dalrymple’s black-and-white photographs evoke moments of aesthetic insight and exude ‘narrative tensions’
Sleeping on Jupiter may be Anuradha Roy’s attempt to bear witness to circumstances she feels she cannot otherwise alter
Padma Viswanathan intimately explores the impact of the Air India bombing on the Indian Canadian community
M.G. Vassanji explores the histories and identities of the countries in which he has spent his life
Salima Hashmi’s book charts the evolution of Pakistani art in the last two decades
Mohsin Hamid’s collection of essays provide insight into the author’s evolving body of work
THE volumes of Pakistani English fiction I’ve accumulated and carted between continents over the last 12 months ...
THE success of Bina Shah’s previous novels has depended largely on their fast-paced, high-stakes plots, ...
TO contemporary readers who are unfamiliar or out of touch with the obscurer lamentations of England’s...
Forster writes his renowned reflection on racial tensions and philosophical questions at the time of the British Raj.
Jalal’s methodological intention is to point to the validity of mining realist fiction for historical insights
Owen Sheers’ *Pink Mist* seems to evoke a millenia of war poetry.
Sheers' Pink Mist seems to evoke a millenia of war poetry
The Sea of Innocence is dedicated to Jyoti Singh, the Delhi rape victim, brutally assaulted on a public bus
Cara Cilano returns her readers’ attentions to the national implications of Pakistani English narratives ...