Indian-origin author Priya Parmar's historical novel "Vanessa and Her Sister", has been included in the New York Times' 100 Notable Books of 2015.
London gets a taste of Zee Jaipur Lit Fest
London got a taste of the Jaipur Literary Festival as South Asia’s largest literary event showcased some of its programmes at Queen Elizabeth Hall on Thames river as part of Alchemy 2015.
Bruce Jenner's ex wife writing tell-all book?
Reality TV star Bruce Jenner's ex wife Linda Thomspon is reportedly writing a tell-all book to share her side of the story after he confirmed he is transgender.
'The Brown Sahebs': An interesting take on India's colonial legacy
American movies and literature are iconoclastic. Hollywood loves to make movies in which the US president gets hijacked ("Air Force One"), or the White House is under siege ("White House Down").
Lena Dunham buys Kim Kardashian's selfie book
Actress Lena Dunham is a proud owner of Kim Kardashian's 400-page selfie book "Selfish".
Jackie Chan details his movie industry life in second autobiography
Superstar Jackie Chan has detailed his life in the movie industry and personal stories about friends and family in his secondautobiography, which was released on the occasion of his 61st birthday in April.
The voices from the city of Chennai
Chennai-born Bharatanatyam dancer and writer Tulsi Badrinath whose roots lie in Uttar Pradesh has come out with a new book, which narrates stories of people who call the southern metropolis home.
I am not an artist: Gulzar
Legendary lyricist-poet Gulzar, who has revealed a new side of him with his charcoal sketches published for the first time, says he doesn't consider himself as an artist.
Kolkata mourns writer Suchitra Bhattacharya's death
Leading authors and intellectuals on Wednesday condoled the death of famed Bengali writer Suchitra Bhattacharya, saying her passing away has left a big void in the world of literature.
Author Sangeeta Bahadur creates a mythical wonderland
Retelling of mythologies isn't new to Indian audiences, but when an author chooses to create a fantasy world drawing from classical Indian mythology one does take notice, especially when author Sangeeta Bahadur's offering is part of a trilogy.
A former model, journo and editor of some of the most revered celebrity and gossip magazines, Shobha De is a prominent author and high-flying socialite (just like many of the leading female characters in her books). Erotic, provocative and sometimes even thought provoking, Shobha De’s writing style is signature, fierce and individualistic and is not restricted to the bounds of literary decorum and norms.