What’s so ‘non’ about literary work that is based on reportage and commentary? Let’s stop subordinating this genre with the term ‘non-fiction’
David Davidar explains why publishers can’t afford to invest time and money on their authors, and goads writers to start taking risks
William Dalrymple takes exception to a piece we ran arguing that India’s life of letters was still beholden to the British.
For all their posturing and weighty pretences, the Indian elite’s life of letters is still strangely beholden to the British
A visual depiction of events of the 1970s that makes this dark period seem more sinister than ever.