Growing up among the royals of Afghanistan
A debut writer of a historical fiction narrates his bittersweet publishing journey.
A mother of two gets candid about doing stand-up comedy in Lahore.
Shazaf Fatima Haider writes why her first ever short story was pornographic.
Pakistani American novelist Nadia Akbar writes how Pakistan's first English music station inspired her debut novel.
Meet the housewife who started her writing career at the age of 55 and made a grand success of it.
No matter how hard I try, I just can’t get Savi Sharma, the biggest find in the Indian commercial fiction space in 2016, to tell me exactly when the writing bug hit her. ‘I used to contribute to my school magazine Abhisarg but that was just a once in a year thing. My first write-up … Continue reading Savi Sharma has a Story
An excerpt from the forthcoming Who Killed Osho? by Abhay Vaidya, to be published by Om Books International
Asad Alvi muses on the trials and tribulations of being an LGBT writer in a conservative land.
Abhilash talks about his experiences with self-publishing and why he'll not make the same mistake(s) again.