Rehana Alam

FICTION: THE PRECISION OF LANGUAGE

FICTION: THE PRECISION OF LANGUAGE

A much-praised novel by Katie Kitamura does not disappoint, its writing restrained, understated and subtle, yet packing a big Published 22 Jan, 2023 08:58am
FICTION: FIELDS OF SORROW

FICTION: FIELDS OF SORROW

A debut novel by a young Pakistani author is an eminently readable book about uncomfortable topics and a very good addition to Published 26 Jun, 2022 11:40am
FICTION: THE CASANOVA PRINCE

FICTION: THE CASANOVA PRINCE

An Urdu translation of a 1,100-year-old Japanese novel by a woman courtier, considered the first novel ever written, is a tale... Published 20 Feb, 2022 07:03am
FICTION: TOO HEAVY ON THE SERMONS

FICTION: TOO HEAVY ON THE SERMONS

A debut novel presenting itself as chick-lit is let down by the author’s inability to find her voice and her desire to Published 15 Mar, 2020 08:45am
Travel: The treasures of Sindh

Travel: The treasures of Sindh

It took just a five-day road trip to the interior to fall in love with the culture and heritage of Sindh Published 03 Jan, 2016 06:51am