By Kanishka Gupta The last few years have witnessed a deluge of mass market writers in India: Ravinder […]
By Ankita Ghosh While we were busy reading mostly American and European authors to satiate our hunger for novels […]
It seemed like a normal “Monday” working day. I logged in and started trawling through my email. I came […]
If you attend the Jaipur Literature Festival—in whatever capacity, as author, journalist or star-struck reader—you expect to pick up lots of quotable quotes: Erudite, highbrow ones, certainly, but a few ear-popping ones too. I didn’t have to venture far this year. During a session I was moderating, the words came at me from just two feet away. The other people on the panel were saying them, and most of the audience was cheering in response.
Furthering its commitment to connecting its authors with the widest possible audience, Penguin Random House in India this […]
The winners of 2014 Raymond Crossword Book Award have been announced and they are: “The Blind Lady’s Descendants by […]
This was announced Wednesday by a panel comprising publishing consultant Jaya Bhattacharji Rose, authors Ravinder Singh, Anuja Chauhan and Vishwajyoti Ghosh and senior commissioning editor Vaishali Mathur.
It is a hot evening, but Ravin—as his fans call him—does not seem to mind. He stirs his tea, takes a sip and smiles. “I am an author by chance.”