A daughter’s attempt to remember her father and a woman’s struggle to quell the phantom of pain
Haroon Khalid Akhtar is a Karachi-based novelist who won the UBL Best Debut Fiction Award 2020 for his debut novel, Melody of a Tear. He has also...
Sidhwa’s first published novel is less of a source of entertainment and more of a glimpse into a forgotten era
Maniza Naqvi’s latest offering is a sincere quest for coexistence at a time when conflicts stand the danger of tearing people apart
Haroon K Akhtar’s second novel raises pertinent points about the role of power in our polity
Pakistan’s literary canon in English owes a great debt to Sara Suleri Goodyear
Here’s a list of the books that are being discussed at this year’s Lahore Literary Festival
This year’s KLF was a hybrid event, enabling audiences to enjoy meaningful conversations without being overly concerned about internet connectivity
Wajahat Ali’s new book is a personal story of how the pursuit of the ‘American dream’ can be different for those on the brink of marginality
Last two years saw literary festivals moving largely to the digital sphere. Is this trend here to stay?