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Why ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is still a gold mine
Mon, Feb 16 2015. 11 17 AM

Why ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is still a gold mine

News Corp.’s Harper Collins, said it would publish a new novel by Harper Lee in July in a colossal first printing of 2 million
Kamila Shamsie’s writerly impulses
Tue, Feb 10 2015. 03 15 PM

Kamila Shamsie’s writerly impulses

The novelist on writing non-fiction, labels that annoy, and why more men win book awards
Jnanpith Award for Marathi writer Bhalchandra Nemade
Sat, Feb 07 2015. 01 41 AM

Jnanpith Award for Marathi writer Bhalchandra Nemade

Nemade’s hugely celebrated works have earned him a reputation as a self-aware, globally conscious and alert writer, said a statement issued by Bharatiya Jnanpith
Lounge loves | Trilogy, Mumbai
Sat, Feb 07 2015. 01 04 AM

Lounge loves | Trilogy, Mumbai

A quiet book store and reading space bang in the middle of central Mumbai’s dining hub
The Jaipur jostle
Sat, Jan 31 2015. 03 53 PM

The Jaipur jostle

Aakar Patel on being ‘the Urdu type’ at literary festivals in Jaipur and Kolkata
Monkey see, monkey do
Thu, Jan 29 2015. 09 55 PM

Monkey see, monkey do

Theatrical adaptations of children’s stories catapult primates and a bald cap seller, horrid teachers and intrepid students, to the stage
The new storytellers
Tue, Jan 27 2015. 07 10 PM

The new storytellers

Storytelling for children gets a boost with a growing number of festivals and a new interest among publishers
Eleanor Catton: In the last year, I’ve struggled with my identity as a New Zealand writer
Mon, Jan 26 2015. 01 25 AM

Eleanor Catton: In the last year, I’ve struggled with my identity as a New Zealand writer

Catton speaks about her suspicions of writers who go back and forth between different forms and her attempts to shield from fame
Time to move out of Diggi?
Sun, Jan 25 2015. 10 11 PM

Time to move out of Diggi?

However much the country’s biggest literary show is now associated with Diggi Palace, it may be necessary to start thinking of the future
It’s too soon to declare that there’s nothing to be seen as yet: Tarun Khanna
Sun, Jan 25 2015. 06 34 PM

It’s too soon to declare that there’s nothing to be seen as yet: Tarun Khanna

Tarun Khanna on the Modi government’s engagement with scholars and about incubating start-ups in India

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