While some celebrate Saudi Arabia's broadening media landscape, human rights organisations fear that imprisoned women's activists and government critics are being neglected.
How words change over time and why insisting that their original meaning be adhered to is silly.
Many of Woolf’s early reviewers noted parallels between her literary innovations and those of contemporary composers, such as Claude Debussy.
The experience of going to the cinema is unique, wrote Woolf.
Strange things unfold when artificial intelligence attempts to write a story. Author Daniel Kehlmann recounts his co-authoring experiment with an algorithm, describing possibilities and pitfalls.
In her book 'The Anger of Saintly Men', Anubha Yadav painstakingly etches the ways in which masculinity is moulded, reinforced, and applauded in our society.