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Diving Into Life’s Tapestry: A Journey Through Stories & Self-Discovery with...

Savi Sharma leaves readers with a glimpse into the pages of her journey—a journey marked by passion, purpose, and the unwavering belief in the transformative power of storytelling.

I’m hoping to have Indigenous Literature in Each and Every Language...

Ramesh Karthik Nayak (b 1997) is a Banjara (nomadic aboriginal community in South Asia) writer from India. He writes in the Banjara dialect through the Telugu script and in Telugu and English.

Tales from the Opium Trade: Amitav Ghosh’s Quest in ‘Smoke and...

In "Smoke and Ashes," Amitav Ghosh forges a tapestry of opium's hidden narratives, weaving an intricate narrative that traverses continents and epochs.

Balli Kaur Jaswal on Now You See Us: Unveiling the Invisible...

In a candid conversation with author Balli Kaur Jaswal, we delve into the inspiration, research, and creative process behind her groundbreaking novel, Now You See Us.

Horror is Connected with Blood, Brutality, and a Haunted Past –...

We got a chance to have a candid conversation with the author of 'Haunted Places of India,' Riksundar Banerjee.

As Above, So Below – Laline Paull on Her Latest Book...

Laline Paull, the acclaimed author known for her thought-provoking novels, such as "The Bees" and "The Ice," has once again captured readers' attention with her latest book, "Pod."