Salman Rushdie

Hay Notebook

Anil Dharker

Margaret Atwood, Salman Rushdie, Alexander McCall Smith and Philip Pullman at their best

The Piazza and the Car Park

The genius of market activism is that it doesn’t reject the terminology of literary value; it disinherits and revivifies it, making it a powerful code

Salman Rushdie: Novelist of the Now

Salman Rushdie’s new novel is an American classic with Indian ancestry

Noonday’s Children

Stories of new Indian youth who don't accept that they are born with a handicap of caste, village or class

Padma Lakshmi: Mind and Body

Anyone who reads Love, Loss and What We Ate realises that there is so much more to Padma Lakshmi than a couple of years spent with a famous man

Padma Purana

What adds spice to the memoirs of Padma Lakshmi, model and celebrity chef whose story stretches from conservative Madras to haute Manhattan, is the portrait of her ex-husband Salman Rushdie, ‘all arched-eyebrows’

Salman Rushdie: The Fabulist at Play

Salman Rushdie in his new novel regains the magic as he unleashes the jinn in the War of the Worlds


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