In 'Run on the Molars', a short story from Cooked Up: Food Fiction From Around the World , multi-award winning author Elaine Chiew writes about a slightly dysfunctional Singapore family based in London. This last story in the anthology highlights ... New Internationalist, 1 week ago
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THE SHADOW OF THE CRESCENT MOON By Fatima Bhutto Penguin Press , $25.95, 231 pages As memories of the British Raj fade, a literary legacy abides. By the late-19th century, English had become the second language of millions of intelligent, ...Washington Times, 2 weeks ago
"Any resemblance to persons living or dead is purely coincidental. This is a work of fiction and are either products of the author's imagination or used in a fictitious manner." Legally every published book should have the above proviso. Every ...Huffington Post, 1 month ago
While she was growing up in Germany, author Julia Regul Singh’s parents always encouraged her to look ueber den Tellerrand (over your plate’s edge). So, in high school she took up the opportunity to study abroad and lived with a host family in North ...Asian Age, 2 months ago India is like a writer's dream: Julia Regul Singh Deccan Chronicle, 2 months ago
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