Arundhati Roy's second novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness will hit the stores on June 6. Here's a first look at its cover, designed by David Elridge.
With Alice in Wonderland and Through Looking Glass, Lewis Carroll stirred a colorful universe of imagination and creativity.
If there was a separate section in the constitution to address 'just bibliophile issues'. If only! It would exactly be like the one we have here for you.
It is Virginia Woolf's 135th birth anniversary. An impeccable female writer of her time, she was at the forefront of the modernist movement of literature.
JLF, the largest literary festival in the world kicked off its 2nd day with Gulzar, Anne Waldman, Anita Anand and William Dalrymple.
Edgar Allan Poe is the occult poet of American literature. His devotion to darkness and noir has earned him a curious spookiness in the literary circles.
Haruki Murakami turns 68 today. A perennial contender for the prestigious Nobel Prize in Literature, his books are celebrated across the world.
These wondrous books open a debate on sexes and empower readers to develop their own perceptions of self, reinforcing through fantasy and imagination, tales of identity and power struggle.
These novels touch on the issues of role-swerves and gender facades. Not only these titles celebrate the otherness in the universe, they make us feel part of something.
The literary calendar of 2017 is as immersive and eclectic as the literary genre of cacography.