Garth Greenwell's 'Cleanliness' breaks the usual trope of gay novels and hits right at the core of desire among men.
Doubt can be uncomfortable. It is often tempting to jump to conclusions. But Keats counsels otherwise.
It's a malleable mythos that has been adapted by kings and queens as well as artists and filmmakers.
First published in 1865, Lewis Carroll's children's book has never been out of print.
While today zenanas may be long gone and forgotten, Chughtai’s rendition of the fragmented nature of female spaces remains starkly relevant.
Aliens arrive in Lagos in Nnedi Okorafor's celebrated sci-fi novel Lagoon – and with them they bring a future free of restrictive gender norms.
David Karashima’s book 'Who We’re Reading When We’re Reading Murakami' offers recognition to not just the translators, but to all of Murakami's editors and agents.