Poem: Akhil Gogoi, Incarcerated

In the path of struggle without Akhil, the people’s struggle in Assam has come to a…

Eating Wasps: An insightful and riveting read

Eating wasps is a subtle discourse on sexual liberation in a male-dominated society. It will unsettle…

Lolita in memoirs

Reading Lolita in Tehran by Azar Nafisi is a book that speaks such volumes to the…

‘Rendered Stateless Not Voiceless’: Rohingyas in India sketch their stories in a comic book

A comic book called Rendered Stateless Not Voiceless shows us the life of Rohingya refugees in…

Abdul Wahid Sheikh discusses his book ‘Begunah Qaidi’ [Video]

“Begunah Qaidi (Innocent prisoner) by Abdul Wahid Sheikh, one of the most important books to be…

In pictures: Delhi’s historic Sunday book market reopens at new address

“We are proud of what we do. We provide cheaper alternatives for a poor country starving…

Carnegie Medal for children’s book authors awarded for the first time to a Black Woman

Dominican-American Elizabeth Acevedo won the prestigious children’s award for her debut novel "The Poet X."