Kazi Javed’s demise comes as a huge loss to Urdu literature
In his new novella, Mudassar Bashir tests the limits of love and sacrifice in a deceptively simple story
On the celebration of his 143rd birthday, one might be inclined to believe that Iqbal is a relic of the past, but perhaps he is more relevant to the...
The last part of The Tales from Diaspora explores the tremendous contribution of M Athar Tahir to the literary world
In the wake of Covid-19, the first-ever digital edition of the ILF did manage to convene diverse strands of writing, with book launches,...
Safinah Danish Elahi’s debut novel probes the complexities of Karachi’s upper class as it navigates its way through parenthood and relationships
Part 4 of The Tales from Diaspora explores the works of Taufiq Rafat, Kaleem Omer and Shoaib bin Hassan
Amjad Ali’s new book is a selection of interviews of some of the greatest in Pakistani and Indian music
Part 3 of the Tales from Diaspora takes a look at Sara Suleri’s Boys will be Boys and Meatless Days
Akbar Jan Marwat’s debut is a mix of fact and fiction rolled into an intriguing novel