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Virginia Woolf died 80 years ago. What does reading her work in the midst of a pandemic bring us?
Jess Cotton, The Conversation
· Mar 30, 2021 · 05:30 pm
From Goa to London with Graham Greene: A first-person account of a literary friendship
Maria Aurora Couto
· Mar 07, 2021 · 08:30 am
Bards from the dawn-lit mountains: What is the literature of Arunachal Pradesh?
· Mar 02, 2021 · 08:30 am
‘We text, text, text, our significant words’: Poems for those in long-distance relationships
Kate North, The Conversation
· Feb 16, 2021 · 05:30 pm
‘Krishnayan’: The women in Krishna’s life talk about him in this bestselling Gujarati novel
Kaajal Oza Vaidya
· Feb 03, 2021 · 05:30 pm
As the awards season approaches, a poet and editor offers some suggestions to the Sahitya Akademi
· Jan 31, 2021 · 05:30 pm
Locked down, born again: Covid-19 and the search for Indian Francophone literature
· Jan 30, 2021 · 12:30 pm
More reading, and even more listening: How the pandemic has affected literature in Bhutan
Siok Sian Pek-Dorji
· Jan 14, 2021 · 08:30 am
When there is so much darkness in the world, should it really be kept out of children’s books?
· Jan 10, 2021 · 12:30 pm
Literary awards: How the pandemic is changing the nature of prizes and prizewinning books
· Dec 27, 2020 · 12:30 pm
What Gurdial Singh’s fiction reveals about the social and cultural roots of the farmers’ protest
Madhav Nayar Tript Kaur
· Dec 27, 2020 · 08:30 am
How the Bangalore Literature Festival 2020 was held neither online nor on-ground, but in both forms
· Dec 23, 2020 · 08:30 am
How do you run India’s biggest literary prize, the JCB Prize for Literature, in a pandemic year?
· Dec 20, 2020 · 05:30 pm
How the Bombay plague shut down a human book factory: The life and death of Narayan Hemchandra
· Dec 13, 2020 · 12:30 pm
Weekend Quiz: Which 4th-century epic Sanskrit drama does this mural portray?
The Heritage Lab
· Dec 12, 2020 · 05:30 pm
Why Premchand said, ‘The ascent of literature is the ascent of a nation’
· Dec 01, 2020 · 05:30 pm
Exiled and distanced from its home, Tibetan writing has long reflected the spirit of the pandemic
· Nov 28, 2020 · 11:30 am
Litfests: Sponsors and participants should both know there are always strings attached
· Nov 26, 2020 · 08:30 am
Why do the rich and the powerful sponsor literature festivals, prizes, and art in today’s world?
· Nov 24, 2020 · 08:30 am
An anthology shows us how the Jallianwala Bagh massacre is reimagined by the creative imagination
· Nov 22, 2020 · 08:30 am