A new graphic novel on the Beatles brings back the focus on the Fab Four from Liverpool who, with the power of their music, went on to conquer the whole world, writes Anirudh Vohra.
A new book by Pinky Virani takes India’s booming reproductive technology industry as its subject, enlightening readers on the political, biological and social aspects of surrogacy, writes Dipavali Hazra.
Amitav Ghosh’s latest book on the climate crisis makes a case against the literary world that has, for all the wrong reasons, failed to seriously engage with this crucially important subject, writes Vineet Gill.
Columnist and author Bindu Dalmia, whose latest novel, The Diary of a Lutyens’ Princess, topped the bestselling charts in India, speaks to Anirudh Vohra about writing female-centric books.
A new book on the current state of world economy by Rachna Singh breaks through the academic jargon, presenting the burning issues of the day with uncommon clarity and insight, writes Renée Ranchan.
In his latest book, bestselling author Amitav Ghosh grapples with a subject that’s long been considered off-limits for literary writers: climate change. The Great Derangement, published in India by Penguin Random House, explores how the damages we have wrought upon the environment, unthinkingly and for centuries, are now coming back to haunt us. In the extract presented below, the writer sets the scene, using personal stories, for an epic narrative.
Irish author Lisa McInerney, whose debut novel was awarded this year’s Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction, speaks to Nirmala Govindarajan about discovering her voice as a writer.
The world was seized by Potter mania yet again when author Jack Thorne decided to publish his two-part play based on J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series. But is it worth the hype? Dipavali Hazra finds out.