Margaret Atwood: The New Testament

Rajni George

Margaret Atwood’s sequel to her cult novel is marked by the same urgency of cultural zeitgeist and prophetic resonance that made the publication of the original a literary event 34 years ago

Creatures Great and Small

Beastly tales in fiction

Brotherhood of Broken Boys

Colson Whitehead’s The Nickel Boys bears powerful witness to brutality and oppression that are all too real

In Search of Meaning

Poems where the tender is in conversation with the political

Dalit Life and Thought

Suraj Yengde delivers lessons on caste and race with a rare liveliness

The Meek Must Protect the Earth

Four novels answer the question of justice and law

Kavita Puri: Breaking the Silence

Kavita Puri chronicles the lives of migrants caught in double displacement

Untameable Divinity

A vivid challenge to typical narratives about women’s suffering, sacrifice and spirituality in Pakistan

‘There’s a universal need to include nature in our spiritual imagination,’ says Stephen Alter

Stephen Alter writes an uplifting story on the mountain lore and natural history of the Himalayas. The author in conversation with Shail Desai


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