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Laidback but friendly people make Bengaluru unique: Zac O'Yeah

A candid chat with Zac O'Yeah about what makes bengaluru a favourite city. By Divya Shekhar A candid chat with Zac O'Yeah about what makes bengaluru a favourite city. What makes Bengaluru tick? Having lived some fifteen years in the city, I think the laidback ... Economic Times, 3 days ago

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Hindustan Times, 2 months ago

Is humour a must in whodunits?

Crime thrillers would be too dark if they didn't have humour in them. And, as popular crime fiction writer Zac O'Yeah says, one can always turn to newspapers for the grim stuff.While humour is an essential part of crime fiction, it isn't essential ...
 24Dunia2 months ago

Not limited by genres

Their books might be slotted under strict genres, but writers Anuja Chauhan, Samit Basu and Zac O'Yeah don't let the 'genre-fication' of their work act as any deterrent. "For me there are only two genres of books - Gleam or Glaze. Does the reader's ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Writerly advice

S.M. Pathak (left) with film-maker and writer Piyush Jha. Photo: Saumya Khandelwal/Hindustan Times Like the rest of the literati, and significant portions of the glitterati, I too have been cruising literature festivals: Kolkata, Delhi, ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago HT Crime Writers fest Why India is perfect for a crime novel  Hindustan Times2 months ago Crime Writers Festival A look inside criminal minds  Hindustan Times2 months ago

What US Presidents read

Bill Clinton. Photo: Graham Denholm/ What do the most powerful men in the world have in common? Most American presidents, it turns out, were seriously into books. Thomas Jefferson , for example, could read in several languages and was such a big ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Fresh retelling makes comics great to read

A bunch of comic writers and artists, who between them cover almost every aspect of the fledging world of Indian comics, weighed in with their thoughts on 'So Many Ramayanas: Can Indian comics move beyond myth and legend'. Samit Basu, the author of ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Murder, They Wrote

Web Exclusive Web Exclusive Six new Indian crime writers to read, if you want to get your hands dirty Kill quickly and kill more. There has to be body horror. Crime writing is mathematical and cerebral. Put a corpse on the first page. Just ...
 Open2 months ago

TOI's litfest to bring you the idea of everything

Books and ideas — they go hand in hand to create change. And this theme binds together The Times of India Literary Festival, which is back in Bangalore. It will take place on Jan 31 and Feb 1 (10am to 6pm) at the Jayamahal Palace Hotel. In its ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Book-crazy city ready for litfest's big-bang start

KOLKATA: This city has, for more than two centuries now, been producing a dazzling galaxy of writers. Writers, and the written word, are feted and treasured here as perhaps nowhere else in the country. The Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival (AKLF), ...
 Times of India2 months ago Book-crazy Kolkata ready for litfest's big-bang start  Times of India2 months ago

Mysterious affairs

From Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! Come mid-January, the coldest and darkest time of the year when lurking fog envelops Delhi's mean streets, the burgeoning detective novel industry in India will be celebrated at the first-ever Crime Writers ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago
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