Rooney’s latest offering reflects her ability to capture the social and emotional zeitgeist of our times
Wajahat Malik’s debut stands out for its mesh of the pastoral, the modern and the archaic
To understand our history better we must pay attention to history we share with other peoples and languages – especially Urdu’s intimate...
Tagore’s message of brotherhood, freedom, justice and progress can still be heard in parts of South Asia
Shakil Durrani writes an account of his time in public service while serving in different provinces of Pakistan
Somebody once asked Josh Malihabadi who the greatest Urdu poet of all times was. He promptly replied: Nazir Akbarabadi. This, he said, was on...
Richard Ovenden’s debut explores the erasure of knowledge through the centuries – and how to save it
The fifth volume of The Aleph Review strikes a note that is personal, yet deeply in sync with the realities of the world
Remembering Salam Macchlishahri, an often overlooked poet
A conversation with Pakistani-American poet Raza Ali Hasan about managing influences in creative writing