Hina Shamsi’s recent novel is about love, marriage and hope
Dr Nadia Anjum’s latest book, Disquietude, merges the sacred with the secular, the worldly with the divine
Here’s a unique mélange of cultural interaction and trite social ethos as well as search for identity in an increasingly polarised world
The last part of The Tales from Diaspora explores the tremendous contribution of M Athar Tahir to the literary world
Part 4 of The Tales from Diaspora explores the works of Taufiq Rafat, Kaleem Omer and Shoaib bin Hassan
Part 3 of the Tales from Diaspora takes a look at Sara Suleri’s Boys will be Boys and Meatless Days
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...
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...
It is an uphill task for a woman to pursue her interest in writing after marriage and kids, but it doesn’t have to be so