Shahzad explores the seamless quality of narratives and the idea of associating writing with gender, geographical location and affiliations
An interview with Navid Shahzad a renowned academician associated with literature in English and the liberal and performing arts
The highly anticipated Faisalabad Literary Festival ended on a high note
The book explores issues that are centralto society, economy,politics and the oppressed communities in general
Our critics have often lamented the absence of Urdu novels from the library shelves of world literature. There is no denying the fact that Urdu...
In his new book, Richard Powers asserts that in claiming precedence over nature, humanity will burn itself in the thick of a battle that has no...
The three-day-long Faiz Festival ended on a high note
Muzaffar Ghaffaar takes the poetry of the revered founder of Sikhism and makes it accessible
Malik explores the underlying allusion to Islam in Faiz’s popular poetry and how the idea of exclusivity of Pakistani culture still exists
The plight of writers in India have gotten worse under the Modi government