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Oct 28, 2019
In A People's History of Heaven, Mathangi Subramanian celebrates female bonds in an unlikely 'feminist utopia'In an interview with Firstpost, writer Mathangi Subramanian, author of A People's History of Heaven, talks about writing as an ally of the lesser-privileged, her novel's "feminist utopia" that stands against social oppressions, and the schismatic politics of documented history.
Aug 04, 2018
The Occasional Virgin: Hanan Al-Shaykh's book tries to tell story of empowerment, but is let down by translationHanan Al-Shaykh's latest book attempts to show how two women empower themselves, but their confusion and clichéd reactionary responses to traditional Arab norms make for dreary reading
Jun 16, 2017
Margaret Atwood to be honoured with lifetime achievement award by literary organisation PEN Center USAPEN Center USA announced on Wednesday that Margaret Atwood will accept the lifetime achievement award at their annual Literary Awards Festival in October.
May 14, 2017
Rebel Girls, rise: We need feminist stories for our daughters; tales that empower and inspireIn India, not much is happening in the area of feminist literature for little girls.