Lagoon’s Africanfuturist vision requires a reader who is actively engaged in co-creating the alternative future that the novel is constructing: one in which identities are freed from restrictive thinking that refuses to recognise difference and diversity.
The Prince: An excerpt from Samhita Arni's fourth book, a historical fiction inspired by a Tamil epic
The Prince is the fourth book, a historical fiction, by author and illustrator Samhita Arni's (Sita's Ramayana, The Mahabharata - A Child's View and The Missing Queen).
Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient won the Booker Prize in 1992. It competed with VS Naipaul's In a Free State and George Saunders' Lincoln in the Bardo for the Golden Booker
Khaled Hosseini's next book Sea Prayer set amid Syrian refugee crisis; sales proceeds to be donated to UNHCR
Sea Prayer will be published in the UK and the Indian subcontinent on 30 August.
Shreevatsa Nevatia's debut novel How to Travel Light is a memoir of being bipolar, of travelling a route suffused with mania, cannabis, caffeine, and nicotine.
Snuffing Out the Moon review: Osama Siddique reinvents the narrative with a motley group of characters
Snuffing Out the Moon by Osama Siddique captures the intricacies of history and introduces new prospects.
Chetan Bhagat releases a teaser featuring his new book's protagonist Radhika Mehta. The monologue in the clip questions the audience's perspective on women
Arjun also shared that he likes the journey he gets to experience in Half Girlfriend
Author Marlon James made history this week when he became the first Jamaican to win the Man Booker prize for his novel.
The reader get tossed into the many bends and sharp curves the story takes and is reminded again and again of what can beset a mind that is unrestrained with the passion of acquiring wealth.
The film version of Rabindranath Tagore's famous novel Jogajog based on Indian raga music, is set to be released on the poet's birth anniversary.
A new book by Amrita Chowdhury, country head of Mills and Boon subsidiary Harlequin India, is a blend of cyber crime, medical ethics and IP laws.
The Way Things Were, not coincidentally, is the title of Aatish Taseer’s new novel which has been described as many things – an intimate portrait of a marriage, a panoramic vision of India’s half-century, an interrogation into how Indians view India.
A new James Bond novel titled "Project One" written by Anthony Horowitz is set for release in September 2015.
Navayana has a stand and that is against Modi, for obvious reasons. Can D’Cruz and his supporters complain? Obviously not.
Why did writers like JD Salinger, Harper Lee and Emily Bronte write just one novel? For some reason, one life-altering novel proved quite enough for them as their life’s literary output.