Being Cyrus

Lhendup G Bhutia

Cyrus Mistry moves away from the Parsi settings of his earlier works to a quiet cardamom farm in Kerala for his new novel

Mothers and Daughters

A different kind of family saga

Capital Punishment

MG Vassanji’s new novel places an inter-faith love story in the heart of a polarised Delhi. The Toronto-based, Indian-African writer in conversation with Shikha Kumar

‘Modern life is against crime and the enjoyment of crime’

A veteran of children’s books and crime fiction, Anthony Horowitz tells Bhavya Dore why he chose to change the rules of the murder mystery

Earth Mother

An excerpt from the memoirs of Perumal Murugan

Violent Affairs

KR Meera’s work confounds and illuminates difficult relationships

Family Trauma

Ann Patchett’s new novel is about heartbreaks and healing

All About the Mother

In praise of a different kind of woman in fiction

One Hell of a Storyteller

Unni R, a master of the short story form, remains committed to an approximate realism

Notes of Misadventure

Shubha Mudgal marks her fiction debut with a wonderfully tongue-in-cheek collection of stories set in the Hindustani classical music world


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