Mikki Kendall’s new book should be read by all those who think they know how feminism works — and those who do not
In his new book, Justin Marozzi explores the rise and fall of major cities that shaped the cultural and social aspects of various Islamic empires
Old poems, re-read in the context of present times, in search of new meanings
An interview with William Dalrymple, the prolific Scottish historian, writer, curator, broadcaster, critic, and photographer.
Follow a reader’s search to find a book that brings her peace and tranquillity amidst the COVID-19 lockdown
Irshad Abdul Kadir seeks to revive our belief in the humanising influences in the world’s most misunderstood religion
Haider Shehbaz’s translation of Mirza Athar Baig’s novel is a haunting fictional account of a dark social world
The story of an unlikely yet endearing friendship, set in 1964 colonial Ceylon
Writing is an act of creating order out of disorder, coherence out of chaos and an attempt at making absurdity bearable
In these times of self-isolation, we must remember that there have always existed a bunch of humans quite used to this unnerving lifestyle. They are...