Rachel Goenka revels in marrying impossibly diverse ingredients, but the matrimony isn't rocky; instead, these are instances of opposites — balsamic vinegar and chocolate, goat's cheese and sugar, and coffee with cream cheese — co-existing in perfect harmony.
Astrophysicist, planetarium director, popular author, television personality and inheritor of the mantle of Carl Sagan, Neil deGrasse Tyson is the author of 16 books of popular science. He spoke to the Indian Express about his new book, Letters from an Astrophysicist, a compilation of this correspondence
Madhuri Vijay's novel The Far Field narrates the protagonist's experiences through the prism of historical and socio-political themes, with an emphasis on Indian politics, class prejudice, and sexuality.
The literary awards conferred at Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest are considered among the most prestigious in India.
The 39-year-old beauty editor, and founder of the flower-based beauty brand Jhelum Loves, brings together history, recipes, and stories around flowers that we have grown up with
Bestselling writer Jojo Moyes on her latest book, The Giver of Stars, a story about friendship and the power of the written word.
A taut ethnographic work that offers new imaginaries for preserving natural environments
An inside job on panoptic state surveillance in the name of national security, and its chilling effect on citizens.
On his 39th death anniversary today, a new book explores the enduring legacy of Sahir Ludhianvi
Continuing in the same vein as his other books, Christopher C Doyle in book two of The Pataala Prophecy series mixes mythology, suspense and action to create a world that will keep you both invested and hooked.
A short but extremely detailed anecdotal perspective on the Western Ghats rainforest
Margaret Atwood’s latest reveals the insidious armature of Gilead — an oppressive political order we are uncomfortably familiar with
Some of the key themes which will be explored at the 2020 edition include science and technology, economics, environment and climate change, history, poetry, fiction, to name a few.
Union minister Smriti Irani spoke about being a guilt-free working mother at a book launch.
Margaret Atwood had won a Booker for Blind Assassin in 2000. Except for the Booker judges and few of her associates, no one could lay their hands on The Testament.
In addition to his wife, Bloom is survived by two sons, Daniel and David.
Bernardine Evaristo is the first black woman to win the literary award since its inception in 1969. “We black British women know that if we don’t write ourselves into literature no one else will,” Evaristo was quoted as saying.
The Booker rules say the prize must not be divided, but the judges insisted they "couldn't separate" Atwood's 'The Testament' and 'Girl, Woman, Other' by Evaristo, who is the first black woman to win the prestigious award since its creation in 1969.
The book Good Economics for Hard Times looks at the most pressing issues of our times and tries to find answers.
Aravind Adiga for The White Tiger (2008), Kiran Desai for The Inheritance of Loss (2006) and Arundhati Roy for The God of Small Things (1997) are the three Indian authors who have won this honour in the past.
A collection of tales that dissects the inner life of Malayali society
An authoritative and insightful book on Pakistan and its place in an ever-changing world
Last year, owing to a sexual harassment scandal, no prize was awarded.
The report states that it was organised by his son Matt Salinger, widow Colleen Salinger and a special collections department of the library.
In order to help you stay abreast with new novels that come out every month but tend to get lost in the crowd, here's a list that will help you decide what to read and what not to by telling you what all to look forward to every month.