Academic authorship needs to be transformed so that young scholars aren’t robbed of their hard work and originality
The new Punjabi magazine Baramah, that includes writers from both sides of Punjab as well as the Punjabi diaspora, is a fresh breeze in the literary...
Taking a look at Mujh Se Pehli Si Muhabbat from a previously unexplored perspective
Comma Press’ latest anthology in their Reading the City series focuses on the inner-life of Iranians living in Tehran
Dr Jameel Jalibi was an original thinker and one of the leading lights of Urdu literary criticism
The life and times of Peroz Bakht Qazi, a man of many incarnations
Cal Newport introduces a philosophy for the use of technology amidst the many digital influences of a contemporary workday
Samira Ahmed subtly builds on the crippling realities of Islamophobia, coming through with a richly layered account of life in modern-day America
Harris Khalique’s new book is more than just a milestone in Pakistani poetry; it is a psychologically devastating social indictment and political...
HM Naqvi’s new novel is an ode to Karachi; a window into the tyranny of ever-narrowing social mores oppressing the happy-go-lucky children of a...