Tom Hanks, Margaret Atwood, Cariad Lloyd, Emily Henry and Munroe Bergdorf are the five writers whose books are considered to be much-awaited releases in 2023
While Sudeep Nagarkar's 'It Was Always You' is a Tale of love and marriage Saksham Garg's 'Enter the Valley of Gods' takes readers to a magical world of myths.
This year's theme for the programme, 'Gadgeteers', is created in partnership with Science Museum Group and is brought to life by top children's writer and illustrator Julian Beresford.
Each year, the jury chooses a notable work of fiction by an Indian author to receive the JCB Prize for Literature.
Garg’s book, 'Samsara: Enter The Valley Of The Gods' is said to be a work of fiction that tries to address one of the overarching problems of the contemporary world.
The longlist was chosen from a vast range of submissions by writers from sixteen states writing in eight languages including English, published between 1st August 2021 and 31st July 2022.
A poet, author and translator, Pinto's works leave behind indelible impressions with their nuances and matchless craft.
The author of 'The Ivory Throne: Chronicles of the House of Travancore' talks about books reading and writers.
Gertrude J Morris, who retired as a superintendent with the treasury department in Kerala, published her first book 'Kadalinte Makkal' when she was 82.
Banaras Talkies is a slice-of-life novel that captures the struggles, aspirations, and lives of young Indians through the idiomatic flourish that is the hallmark of Banarasi colloquialism.