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Feb 28, 2020
International Booker Prize Longlist 2020: Indie publishers dominate race for the year's best fiction title13 novels seek out the prestigious £50,000 award, meant to be split equally between the author and translator.
Feb 02, 2020
Novelising a part of his life, Jeet Thayil's 'Low' is a darkly humorous take on coping with grief and lossThrough Low, Jeet Thayil takes us on a darkly comic, irreverent journey of processing grief and loss. Told in the third person, the book attempts to articulate the impossibility of processing grief in any certain manner or form.
Jan 05, 2020
Books of the week: From Jeet Thayil's Low to Nandita Das' Manto and I, Indian books to look forward to in 2020Our roundup of 10 Indian books releasing in 2020 that should be on your radar.
Sep 02, 2019
Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize 2019 shortlist includes debut works of Tony Joseph, Nadia AkbarThe Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize 2019 shortlist includes Nadia Akbar’s Goodbye Freddie Mercury, Babu Bangladesh by Atif Chowdhury, Ib’s Endless Search for Satisfaction by Roshan Ali, Priyanka Dubey’s No Nation for Women and Early Indians by Tony Joseph.
Dec 26, 2017
Indian books in 2017: Arundhati Roy, Jeet Thayil dominated literary scene, but Vivek Shanbag was clear winner2017 saw the release of books by Arundhathi Roy, Prayaag Akbar and Jeet Thayil, but Vivek Shanbag’s Ghachar Ghochar was the book of the year. #YearInReview
Dec 06, 2017
Jeet Thayil talks about influences, tryst with drugs and upcoming bookThe clickety-clack from the typewriter of writer-journalist TJS George night after night was so soothing that it would lull his son Jeet Thayil to sleep
Nov 19, 2017
Tata Literature Live 2017: Kiran Nagarkar's book launch to Margaret Drabble talk, Day 3 highlightsThe day three of the Mumbai Literature Festival brought an array of sessions exploring everything from one’s right to offend to India's incredible obsession with the consumption of paneer.
Nov 04, 2017
I haven’t fallen out of love with poetry, poetry fell out of love with me: Jeet ThayilIn an interview with Firstpost, Jeet Thayil speaks about his new book — The Book of Chocolate Saints, published by the Aleph Book Company — and poetry | #FWeekend
Sep 11, 2016
Terribly tiny tales: This compilation of Twitter fiction isn't short on inspirationTales on Tweet was editor and curator Manoj Pandey's project to bring together stories written in 140 characters
Feb 25, 2016
The Jeet Thayil poem they wouldn’t publish because it’s ‘too explicitly political’The Jeet Thayil poem they wouldn’t publish because it’s ‘too explicitly political’