After two decades, Pankaj Mishra returns with a novel. Upamanyu Chatterjee makes his debut as a crime writer. Booker-winning authors Julian Barnes and Douglas Stuart release their much awaited novels
On the 30th anniversary of the book that launched him, Upamanyu Chatterjee seeks his own revenge by shooing away holy cows with a new novella
"The case history of 377 is gripping; it reflects what we have thought about morality over the last 150 years.If you ask me, it really is time to move on, turn the page"
Novelist Upamanyu Chatterjee is the master of Indian cool. In his latest, Fairy Tales at Fifty, he pushes his limits in a bleak tale of modern Indian anguish. The writer in conversation with Open magazine