Muneeza Shamsie

FICTION: ART AND SUFFERING

FICTION: ART AND SUFFERING

An unusual debut novel weaves together fantasy and harsh reality in the service of a vision of a more humane world... Published 23 May, 2021 06:06am
FICTION: COMING OF AGE IN CEYLON

FICTION: COMING OF AGE IN CEYLON

The latest novel by the multiple award-winning Romesh Gunesekra is a haunting and poetic foray into a newly indepe... Published 29 Mar, 2020 07:36am
POETRY: INSPIRED BY FAIZ

POETRY: INSPIRED BY FAIZ

The significance of an original collection of Pakistani English poetry lies in its ambition and desire to transcend... Updated 02 Feb, 2020 08:04am
FICTION: SONGS OF SILENCE

FICTION: SONGS OF SILENCE

A new collection of 13 poignant short stories showcases the quietness with which Aamer Hussein portrays turmoil and Published 21 Oct, 2018 08:34am
NON-FICTION: RE-READING THE TEXTS

NON-FICTION: RE-READING THE TEXTS

A lucid, diverse and critical collection of essays that look at literary production across the globe to illuminate some Published 03 Jun, 2018 07:05am
INTERVIEW: WAVELL AND HIS DISCONTENTS

INTERVIEW: WAVELL AND HIS DISCONTENTS

Victoria Schofield is a military historian and broadcaster. Her extensive work includes several books on South Asia.... Published 18 Feb, 2018 06:38am
FICTION: AN AGE OF VIOLENCE

FICTION: AN AGE OF VIOLENCE

Nadeem Aslam’s latest novel continues his focus on the sufferings of the marginalised Updated 07 May, 2017 10:29am
INTERVIEW: The versatile Jerry Pinto

INTERVIEW: The versatile Jerry Pinto

The Indian journalist, poet, biographer, translator, and author of 14 books in English of non-fiction and poetry Published 12 Mar, 2017 07:25am
Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver

An anthology that presents some of Intizar Husain’s works translated into English — fiction, essays, and a play Published 16 Oct, 2016 07:57am
Alive or dead?

Alive or dead?

A son’s quest for his missing father in Libya under the Qaddafi regime Published 11 Sep, 2016 08:17am
Of faith and fratricide

Of faith and fratricide

Historian Murad Ali Baig’s first novel takes us into the world of Shah Jahan’s four sons and his daughters Jahanara Updated 21 May, 2016 04:04pm