Day: October 10, 2018

Books For You| Reimagining Moby Dick: And The Ocean Was Our Sky

Editor | Literary Ficton Patrick Ness, the multi-award-winning author of A Monster Calls takes the classic story of Moby Dick and turns the world upside down, creating a haunting and powerful modern myth. As with all Patrick’s novels, each one defies genre and takes a new and surprising turn and his next book is no

Books For You: When Khadija Mastur explores the Women’s Courtyard

Editor | Literary Fiction Here is a feminist classic that powerfully explores the interior world of women. Khadija Mastur’s The Women’s Courtyard is set against the backdrop of Partition and raises questions on gender and identity that re relevant even today. Aliya lives a life confined to the inner courtyard of her home with her

#MeToo: Are we becoming anti-men?

Editor | Non-Fiction Two genders made by nature coexisted comfortably forever, till about a few hundred years ago when men and women started identifying themselves differently. These identities started hardening over time and today they appear to be a different species in many situations… Sometimes laugh-out-loud, at times, deeply poignant, and at other times, provoking