Part 4 of The Tales from Diaspora explores the works of Taufiq Rafat, Kaleem Omer and Shoaib bin Hassan
Amjad Ali’s new book is a selection of interviews of some of the greatest in Pakistani and Indian music
Part 3 of the Tales from Diaspora takes a look at Sara Suleri’s Boys will be Boys and Meatless Days
Akbar Jan Marwat’s debut is a mix of fact and fiction rolled into an intriguing novel
In his new book, Sartaj Aziz reflects on the nation’s life through his personal journey, the key events and people who shaped it
Part 2 of Tales from Diaspora explores Hanif Kureishi’s My Ear at His Heart and how feelings of rootlessness perpetually bother those who change...
In her debut novel, Kate Stayman-London skillfully discusses the many issues that women face in this age of social networks
Part 1 of a series of essays on writers who leave their native land behind but their art tells a story of confusion, loneliness and a perpetual...
A fascinating insight into a world where multi-million-dollar bonuses and even larger egos abound
Mian Raza Rabbani explores the precarious conditions surrounding art and literature in our society