Mustansar Hussain Tarar’s Sorrows of Sarasvati is a study of the meaning of existence
Aamer Hussein’s extensive work on Urdu is a memory of the landscapes he left behind, and the dreamscapes he did not
K nown as the Pakistani pioneer of the English-language short story, Aamer Hussein was born in 1955 in Karachi. He moved to London when he was in...
A conversation with Pakistani-American poet Raza Ali Hasan about managing influences in creative writing
Muhammad Hameed Shahid’s new novel explores violence from the victim’s point of view
Our critics have often lamented the absence of Urdu novels from the library shelves of world literature. There is no denying the fact that Urdu...
Among the various tributes in Aamer Hussein’s latest collection, it is his memoir of Qurratulain Hyder that touches the heart
Narratives of three female characters in the Urdu novel, Adh Adhooray Log frame self-assertion as the basic principle of existence
Looking for parallels between a 4,000-year-old Sumerian epic Gilgamesh and Akhtar Raza Saleemi’s Urdu novel Jandar