The end of the pandemic and return to old normalcy is a key theme emerging in popular responses
Lahore Book City’s prominent Urdu collection and the mission to increase access to books are strong foundations to build upon, as the place begins...
While teachers are concerned over safety protocols amid plans to reopen schools, students are over the moon
While widening our concept of feminism, Helen Lewis shows that the fight for rights cannot always be polite and sweet
Theatre for Young Audiences Forum, a three-day online event, organised by ASSITEJ, Pakistan and TIET, India, sought to address the challenges faced...
Follow a reader’s search to find a book that brings her peace and tranquillity amidst the COVID-19 lockdown
Abbi Waxman explores the fate of independent bookstores and the place of spontaneity in our lives
The recently concluded Children’s Literature Festival offered a variety of sessions such as storytelling, book launches, panel discussions,...
Can parents help instil a love for reading in children? It might be easier than it is often considered
It comes as no surprise to see popular Urdu fiction portraying widows or divorced women as objects of pity