In Chef Analiese Gregory's latest cookbook, a blending of native Australian ingredients with European fine-dining aesthetics
Gregory offers a view of rugged life at the bottom of the world with How Wild Things Are, a cookbook loaded with striking images of the chef herself cooking dishes at a campsite or a rocky shoreline.
In Menachem Kaiser's Plunder, a twisting story of a family of Holocaust survivors trying to reclaim what they've lost
Plunder has many moods and registers. It acquires moral gravity. It pays tender and respectful attention to forgotten lives. It is also alert to melancholic forms of comedy.
On Day 6 of the Delhi Literature Festival 2021, authors discuss a dystopian love story, wellness, and Guru Dutt
From Kevin Missal's mythological fiction Hiranyakashyap to Yasser Usman's biography on Indian cinema legend, Guru Dutt — each of the five featured books and their authors also represented the diversity and range of modern Indian literature.
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni reads from Forest of Enchantments for Diwali: Ram's return to Ayodhya through Sita's eyes
While the Ramayana is primarily centred around the perspectives of men — the 'good prince' Ram and the 'evil demon' Ravana — seldom does one know what the women in the story felt or thought.
Man Booker International Prize 2019 longlist features Olga Tokarczuk, Can Xue's translated works, among others
The Man Booker International Prize is awarded every year for a book (including novels and short-story collections), which is translated into English and published in the UK and Ireland.
The Catcher in the Rye author JD Salinger's unpublished work, spanning 50 years, to be published soon
JD Salinger published just four books in his lifetime: Nine Stories, The Catcher in the Rye, Franny and Zooey and a volume with the two novellas Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters and Seymour: An Introduction. The last work to come out in his lifetime was the story Hapworth 16, 1924, which appeared in The New Yorker in 1965.
Amish Tripathi recently spoke to us about his new book, Sita, The Warrior Princess of Mithila, the second in his Ram Chandra series
Chetan Bhagat's One Indian Girl vs Anvita Bajpai's Drawing Parallels: When authors are accused of plagiarising stories
A Bangalore-based writer, Anvita Bajpai, recently filed a copyright infringement suit against Chetan Bhagat alleging that Bhagat had plagiarised Bajpai's story, Drawing Parallels, in his 2016 novel, One Indian Girl.
Confessions of a first timer: Agony and ecstasy of being a panelist at the Jaipur Literature Festival
Writer Rosalyn D'Mello offers a firsthand account of being a panelist at the Jaipur Literature Festival 2017, and the moments that made this 10th edition worthwhile
Tea and literature go hand in hand — authors have poured their very love for the beverage into their writings, their character sketches and have ruminated over the brilliance of the beverage. How many bitter fights have been had while sharing cups of tea?
In a new book, Sanjeev Sanyal tells us the story of how the Indian Ocean shaped human history
An approach like Amitav Ghosh’s, in his new book The Great Derangement, shows that we can come at the spectre of the climate crisis from almost anywhere we stand
Bestselling author Ashwin Sanghi on his new book The Sialkot Saga and the art of writing a thriller
In his new book, The Gene: An Intimate History, Siddhartha Mukherjee has laid the ghosts of his family's history of mental illness to rest - and raised several pertinent questions for society to consider
The Tamil Story, edited by Dilip Kumar and Subashree Krishnaswamy, looks at how the short story evolved in Tamil literature, through 88 works
Sunny Leone has a new role, and it isn't in a film. The actress has turned writer with 'Sweet Dreams', a collection of erotic short fiction for Juggernaut.
Arundhati Roy has become the latest to join the bandwagon of eminent personalities to return their awards. But Roy did it in style.
Strongly condemning the killing of writer MM Kalburgi, Sahitya Akademi on Friday passed a unanimous resolution appealing to state and central governments to take steps to prevent such incidents and asked authors to take back the awards they had returned to protest against "rising intolerance".
Sahitya Akademi finally acted as an independent body: Vikram Seth backs condemnation of writers' killing
Eminent author Vikram Seth on Friday came out in support of the Sahitya Akademi statement denouncing the recent killing of writers, saying it has condemned the "atmosphere of fear" sought to be created by such acts and acted as an "independent body".
Author Neel Mukherjee's family saga set in Kolkata, The Lives of Others, has been shortlisted for the 2014 Man Booker Prize.