Zeeba Sadiq’s 38 Bahadurabad continues to provide an absorbing portrait of Karachi’syesteryears — especially through the female gaze
Osman Haneef’s debut novel presents an intricate narrative that carries implications beyond the fate of its characters
In this exclusive interview, Aamer discusses his new book Zindagi se Pehle, the impetus to write in Urdu and translations of his work.
Irshad Abdul Kadir seeks to revive our belief in the humanising influences in the world’s most misunderstood religion
Annum Salman is a spoken-word poet and the author of Sense Me, a debut collection of poetry. In this exclusive interview, she speaks about the scope...
Aamer Hussein’s first collection of chronologically arranged Urdu stories can be viewed as a diary of sorts of writing in his native language
The tenth edition of the Karachi Literature Festival inspired a diverse menu of discussions on creative and intellectual pursuits
In an exclusive interview with TNS, Zakaria discusses her new book 1971: A People’s History from Bangladesh, Pakistan and India
Anam Zakaria places people at the fulcrum of the debate about the 1971 war and uses the oral history method to unravel their memories
A quick glance at books to look forward to from Pakistani and Indian authors in 2020