Sathnam Sanghera: The Empire Raider

Nandini Nair

British Indian writer Sathnam Sanghera in his new book traces the imperial legacy across the globe. He tells why complete cultural decolonisation is difficult

The Writing Life

The essence of Hilary Mantel

Life As a Gallery

Manju Kapur’s seventh novel reevaluates marriage and class, power and art in Delhi. The author in conversation with

‘Reliving your life is superior to living it,’ says Gurcharan Das

Author and corporate guru Gurcharan Das speaks about his memoir to

Madhav Gadgil: The Man On the Hill

Madhav Gadgil relives his fascination with the natural world in his memoir. The veteran ecologist talks to

Martin Amis (1949-2023): The Other Side of Success

A writer who could remove all traces of morality from a novel and yet make it a moral homily

Memoirs of Water

Abraham Verghese’s new novel is a sprawling family saga steeped in history. The physician-author speaks about medicine and writing, faith and families

Anjana Appachana: Listening Again

Her first novel in more than two decades returns to homes filled with silences and secrets, disappointments and dreams. The novelist in conversation with

Lessons in Writing a Bestseller

What makes Bonnie Garmus’ debut an international sensation


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