In his new book Essayism, author Brian Dillon sets out to explore the history and the literary legacy of the essay, drawing on canonical examples as well as personal experiences, writes Vineet Gill.
After the success of her poetry book Ballad of Bapu in 2015, followed by Where Are The Lilacs?, another notable poetry collection, which came out in 2016, author and poet Dr Santosh Bakaya now offers us Under The Apple Boughs.
Director of global academic publishing at the Oxford University Press, India, Sugata Ghosh speaks to Bhumika Popli about the OUP’s Indian Languages Publishing Programme.
The author says that a country needs to guard its institutions and not destroy them if it wants to realise its dream of Make in India.
In his new novel, author Wendell Rodricks turns to the Poskim people of Goa. He speaks to Nirmala Govindarajan about how his book got written despite the many difficulties.
Sudha Murty, for the umpteenth time, was celebrated when she gave her two cents to women who gently belittled her by ordering her to stand in the economy class queue at the Heathrow International Airport a few months ago.
Author Manu Joseph, whose third novel, Miss Laila Armed and Dangerous, recently hit the stands, speaks to Bhumika Popli about how literature and journalism can complement each other.
In September 2012, Bloomsbury India set up shop in a tiny office space in Delhi with a four-member team. Today, it’s one of the leading international publishers in the country, writes Bhumika Popli.