literary
There is a lot of me in Grace, says debutante author Supreeta Singh
In a conversation with Arundhati Gupta, Public Relations professional Supreeta Singh talks about her debut novella Grace, published by Partridge India.
Book review: Gautam Maitra's novel 'Banhi' raises questions about social ills prevailing in the country
Gautam Maitra’s 'Banhi' is the story of a young girl’s journey through life, braving through injustices, crimes, and cruelties that life presented her with, to her final victory.
Born in a remote Indian village, the author overcame odds to study at a leading Canadian university. His debut book 'Why I Do Not Need to Travel to a Developing Country' charts his journey among other things.
Nirbhay Singh’s 'Why I Don’t need to Travel to a Developing Country', from Power Publishers, echoes the same philosophy as does a bildungsroman, tracing the physical and psychological growth of the author in his own words, as he travels from India to Canada.
Satish Chandra talks about how he was motivated to edit this collection of essays on transgender people and spreading awareness about their inclusion in society.
For someone who could not even attempt essay writing during examinations, becoming a published writer, is definitely a quirk of destiny says Mayur Agrawal.