The latest novel by the multiple award-winning Romesh Gunesekra is a haunting and poetic foray into a newly indepe...
The significance of an original collection of Pakistani English poetry lies in its ambition and desire to transcend...
Three collections by British poets give Pakistani English poetry new dimensions
A remarkable new novel from Michael Ondaatje asks important questions on the nature of war and victory, violence and
A new collection of 13 poignant short stories showcases the quietness with which Aamer Hussein portrays turmoil and
A lucid, diverse and critical collection of essays that look at literary production across the globe to illuminate some
A profound comment on identity and belonging in today’s troubled multicultural world
Victoria Schofield is a military historian and broadcaster. Her extensive work includes several books on South Asia....
Adam Zameenzad, the Pakistan-born author of six novels, passed away in Britain on Dec 4, 2017, at the age of 80. He...
Orhan Pamuk’s latest novel is a profound contemplation on human frailty, politics and changing cultures
Anis Shivani’s poetry is cerebral and obscure but always challenging
Nadeem Aslam’s latest novel continues his focus on the sufferings of the marginalised
The Indian journalist, poet, biographer, translator, and author of 14 books in English of non-fiction and poetry
Reading the life and times of Urdu’s pioneering female writer
An anthology that presents some of Intizar Husain’s works translated into English — fiction, essays, and a play
A son’s quest for his missing father in Libya under the Qaddafi regime
Historian Murad Ali Baig’s first novel takes us into the world of Shah Jahan’s four sons and his daughters Jahanara
Zia Moheyddin’s recently published collection of essays is a rewarding volume
A publication throws light on the correspondence between the writers Zulfikar Ghose and B.S. Johnson
Rosemary Raza’s treatise captures the illustrated history of Sindh when the province was under British rule