Creativity Crosses Physical Boundaries, Says Crime Fiction Writer Vish Dhamija
UK-based writer Vish Dhamija is going strong in the crime fiction genre, with six books to his name, and seventh on the way.
Angela Saini Shows Feminism And Science Need Not Be Strangers
London-based writer Angela Saini talks about her book, Inferior: What Science Got Wrong About Women.
Henri Cartier-Bresson’s India in Full Frame
A collection of pictures encapsulates the iconic photographer’s enduring fascination with India.
Beyond the Coolie Identity in the Caribbean
Indians have overcome racism, discrimination and exploitation to find their place in the Caribbean.
Masala Mix: Sri Rao Stirs Up Indian Passions with Bollywood Kitchen
New York-based scriptwriter Sri Rao brings together Indian food and Hindi films in his new book, Bollywood Kitchen.
Gay Literature in India
If gay literature in India has been progressively ahead of its time, then why has mainstream society been so behind?
Vivek Shraya: Connecting the Dots
Vivek Shraya’s The Boy & the Bindi included in US librarian’s list challenging First Lady Melania Trump’s choice of Dr Seuss books.
Dark Truths From the Sunshine State
There is more to Goa beyond the sunny beaches and susegad. A secret past tradition that was deliberately kept under wraps… until a new book ripped off its lid.
Visa Wives: Unseen Presence, Unknown Stories
Radhika MB’s Visa Wives is a book for women who move to the US on a dependent visa, reassuring them with stories of those who've been there, done that.
Shared Tables: Breaking the Curry Stereotype
Kaumudi Marathe is teaching the West to look beyond Chicken Tikka Masala.