Swapna Dutta has been a writer for several decades now, mostly of children’s books, with more than 50 titles to her name, including several translations.
Environmentalist and author Peter Wohlleben offers an anthropocentric analysis of the rich, though fast depleting, flora of our planet in his new book The Hidden Life of Trees, writes Ankita Chanda.
Tanuj Solanki’s debut novel is a sprawling narrative centred on the age-old themes of love, longing, separation and sexuality. And yet it remains a highly original work of fiction, writes Srija Naskar.
A columnist and features writer, a published poet and now a published short story writer, Renée Ranchan, is not new to the world of words, but still her new book arrives to the scene with a whisk of freshness. She speaks to Guardian 20 about her collection of stories To Each With Love, her journey as a writer and the process of writing.
Lord Meghnad Desai finds Renée Ranchan’s collection of stories, To Each With Love, amusing, but believes Ranchan’s talent would further come to fore in her next offering in the form of a novel.
This book relates the story of Bandhan Bank, which started out as a microfinance firm of limited means and went on to become the first such entity to win a banking licence in India, writes Dipavali Hazra.
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.