The author is a freelance journalist based in Islamabad.
Tariq Gujjar is exploring the many facets of partition in Punjab – one story at a time
A valuable addition to partition poetry
Mudassir Bashir is a prolific writer who has gained recognition due to his apt portrayal of Lahore and love for Punjabi
The two books published in one volume recently show Syed Anees Shah Jilani had a style of his own
With Mehr Jiwan Khan’s demise, we have not only lost a thoroughly professional bureaucrat but also an exceptional prose writer
Indian writer Abdullah Khan talks about his debut novel that he re-wrote at least six times in its entirety and the first few chapters at least...
Yasir Javvad is a freelance translator of books who calls it his passion
A compilation of Zamurrad Malik’s works, in an attempt to introduce future generations to his spellbinding literary persona
Urdu literature loses a critic, academic and author of considerable importance who left nearly a hundred books behind
Javed bhai’s old bookshop in New Anarkali stands firm in the face of a dwindling clientele which he attributes to the age of internet