The writer has authored two books of fiction, including Unfettered Wings: Extraordinary Stories of Ordinary Women (2018)
Tahira Naqvi’s translation of Fahmida Riaz’s poems is flawless, leaving one wanting to delve into the original text
In the past few years the local public’s interest in exploring the lesser thronged highlands and mountainous terrains has seen a surge
How would October mornings be different from those of January, except for the shadows of closely-strung cemented structures growing longer, for a...
In her debut novel, Kate Stayman-London skillfully discusses the many issues that women face in this age of social networks
Christina Lamb explores the heartbreaking history of the use of sexual violence against women as a tool of warfare
An overview of the recent online talks conducted by the LLF with historians Stephen Frederic Dale and Lisa Balabanlilar
A research-based audio-visual project on Lahore, prepared by the students of LUMS, purports to make the history of the city more understandable for...
Nilofer Afridi Qazi tells the story of traditional Pakistan cuisine, together with its origins and the politics of agricultural history, in her...
Hamed Amiri’s new book is not only a trek through the refugee experience of a family in crisis but also a love letter to the NHS
Pre-Covid-19, Ramazan was not just a month of religious observance but also an occasion celebrated on a social level