'Best of Friends', the latest novel from Women’s Prize-winner Kamila Shamsie, explores complexities of power and ethics within an enduring female friendship.
A new book discusses how close Britain's aristocracy was to the Nazi regime and what the situation in those times tells us about the dangers to democracy today.
Ling Ma’s new short story collection, Bliss Montage, leads us down strange, stimulating paths — and then leaves us before we can fully gather our bearings.
Bitan Chakraborty’s novella 'Redundant', translated by Malati Mukherjee, seeks to find answers through the eyes of migrant workers.
Years after publication, Bhasha Singh's 'Unseen' remains the go-to account for a look into how pervasive and cruel this casteist practice is in India.
"Now that I’d just started working, I had had no time to ‘listen to my body’."