Afra Bukhari’s powerful voice will be heard for a long time to come
A never-before-published novel by Simone De Beauvoir explores the question of what limits a woman in her quest for individuality and independence
In his new book, Ammar Ali Jan brings us news of a new Left made up of ordinary people of all kinds who dare to imagine a different future
Didion’s works are honest and deft, if at times enigmatic
Balochi literature has recently witnessed a great surge in the realm of translation
Dr Nadia Anjum’s latest book, Disquietude, merges the sacred with the secular, the worldly with the divine
Last two years saw literary festivals moving largely to the digital sphere. Is this trend here to stay?
TNS asks publishers and booksellers about the most anticipated books of 2022
As we approach the end of 2021, we ask some of our favourite writers to share what they enjoyed reading all of last year. Here, in alphabetical...