BENGALURU: Writer S L Bhyrappa on Sunday hit back at his detractors who feel that his writings imbibe too many aspects of philosophy. Speaking after being conferred the Sahitya Akademi fellowship in the city, he said, There is a certain section ... New Indian Express, 23 hours ago
The fiery 'little magazine' movement that took off in the 1960s has seen its best days and the fire is dying out now, believes Shanmugasundaram, editor of 'Kavya', a little magazine. A younger Aravindan, former editor of 'Kalachuvadu', however ...Times of India, 23 hours ago
is the author of the acclaimed Marathi novels Panipat, Sambhaji and Mahanayak His book Jhadajhadati (A Dirge for the Dammed) was first published in 1992, and has received the Sahitya Akademi award, among many others. It was also nominated for the ...Domain-B, 1 week ago
Web Exclusive Amitav Ghosh's Ibis trilogy comes to a glorious finale with the publication of Flood of Fire. The novelist in conversation with Rajni George Web Exclusive: Interview One year shy of sixty, master novelist Amitav Ghosh is ...Open, 1 month ago Amitav Ghosh's Flood of Fire: Requiem for a Dream Open, 1 month ago
Legendary Tamil writer D Jayakanthan, who charted a new course in Tamil literature with his bold and progressive works, died on Wednesday night following a prolonged illness. He was 81. Jayakanthan had not been keeping well for quite some time, his son Jayasimhan said. A prolific writer of novels and short stories, Jayakanthan is survived by his wife, two daughters and son. He has written around 40 novels and 200 short stories and used his pen effectively against social injustices and economic ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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