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Purva Grover’s book SHE turned into art

Transformation by Zumrud Zeynalli. Mohammad Yusuf, Feature Writer Purva Grover is a best-selling author, international journalist and editor, TEDx speaker, award-winning playwright, theater director, published poet, spoken word artist, and creative entrepreneur. She is the author of three books: The trees told me; It was the year 2020; and HER, his latest effort. SHE was […]

Killing Eve Season 4 Episode 3 Villanell...

Killing Eve lead writer and executive producer Laura Neal explains the watershed moment that occurred in the show’s final episode. The main author of Kill Eve, Laura Neal, explains the watershed moment that occurred in the most recent episode of the show’s fourth season. Based on the novels by Luke Jennings and created for TV […]

A Hindi novel was selected for Booker. ...

HIndian literature is getting international recognition, but at the same time renowned authors at home are not even getting the royalty they deserve. Geetanjali Shree’s sand tombinitially Ret Samadhi in Hindi, was shortlisted for the International Booker Prize 2022. Translated by Daisy Rockwell, the book is the first work of fiction in the Hindi language […]

Ischia: The paradise island offers a tas...

Editor’s Note – Sign up for CNN Travel’s Unlocking Italy newsletter for insider information on Italy’s most beloved destinations and lesser-known regions to plan your ultimate trip. Plus, we’ll get you in the mood before you go with movie suggestions, playlists and Stanley Tucci recipes. (CNN) — A calm and idyllic island in the Tyrrhenian […]

VERSA Announces All-Female Lineup for Fi...

VERSA, a music and comedy festival, announced its talented lineup featuring all women for the inaugural event in Chicago on Tuesday. The festival, produced by Four Leaf Productions, will take place at Lincoln Park South Fields in Chicago from June 11-12 and will feature more than 25 artists, 15 comedians, 50 speakers, 10 chefs and […]

Angelo State to Host 25th ASU Writers Co...

Naomi Shihab Nye will be the guest speaker this year. SAN ANGELO, Texas – Angelo State University announced that award-winning author and poet Naomi Shihab Nye will be the featured speaker at the 25th ASU Writers’ Conference honoring Elmer Kelton. The two-day conference is scheduled for March 3-4 on the ASU campus. Nye will give […]

Love, hope and life through the eyes of ...

Women have marked art since the dawn of time, despite the challenges and restrictions imposed on them, and literature is no exception. In honor of Women’s History Month, celebrate books created by women telling diverse, emotional and heartfelt stories of grief, joy and pain. Here are eight books by women authors who have shaped and […]

Daryl Hall shares live from Daryl’s hous

After announcing his very first solo retrospective Before after (Legacy Recordings) and first solo tour in a decade – both kicking off April 1 – today, Daryl Hall shared one of the collection’s never-before-seen exclusive tracks, a recording of the Eurythmics classic “Here Comes The Rain Again,” performed with that song’s co-writer and longtime Hall […]

Literary calendar for the week of Februa...

February 26 – New collections of poetry, a new novel and prison essays make up this week’s literary calendar: JOYCE SUTPHEN: The former Minnesota State Poet Laureate presents her new collection of poetry, ‘This Long Winter’, composed of poems reflecting on life in the rural world: reflections on hard work, aging and the ravages time. […]

Impressive second installment of speaker...

Partner Content oi-Oneindia Staff | Updated: Saturday, February 26, 2022, 9:53 AM [IST] The 15th edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) is set to go hybrid in 2022. The literary extravaganza will be streamed online from March 5-14 and held on the ground from March 10-14. Offers an immersive literature experience With a plethora […]

Fascinating Facts About Langston Hughes

Langston Hughes was not only a famous black poet, novelist, playwright, and journalist who helped define New York’s Harlem Renaissance, he was also an activist who reflected the multifaceted life of the black community. Often called “the people’s poet”, he had an uncanny talent for depicting the joy, sorrow, struggles and victories of his people […]

National Theater announces new shows inc...

The National Theater has unveiled a plethora of new productions as well as plans for those postponed by the pandemic, slated to premiere this summer. Catherine Parkinson (The computer crowd) and John Heffernan (Dracula) will star in a new production of A lot of noise for nothing courtesy of Simon Godwin (Romeo and Juliet). Running […]

Hush Hush web series release date, OTT, ...

Hush Hush is a highly anticipated upcoming thriller web series releasing soon, which is led by an almost all-female cast and crew. This is a multi-star series that brings together many talented and award-winning actresses in one setting, who will tell the story of women’s survival in the patriarchal society. Each episode of this drama […]

Manchester City of Literature presents n...

(From left to right): Ali Al-Jamri, Anjum Malik, Jova Bagioli Reyes Submitted by Tom McGarva Manchester City Multilingual Poets’ inaugural team has been announced ahead of International Mother Language Day on February 21. Three poets have been appointed by Manchester City of Literature and its partners to produce a series of original works on behalf […]

Young authors invited to participate in ...

Building on the continued success of the second competition held in 2020/2021, the Abergavenny Writing Festival is delighted to invite young writers to send in entries for the third Young Writing Competition. In line with the theme of the festival for 2022, young writers “Transformation” (from 3rd to 13th grade) are invited to write about: […]

Divine Diversions: Western Books – C&I M

Lose yourself in the pages of these western books recommended by the THIS crew. Here has THIS, we take reading seriously. Take a peek inside each office at our head office and you‘You’ll find a shelf (or two) lined with literary wonders. So putting together our favorite Western books for our January 2022 issue was […]

Deanne Weir and Olivia Humphrey launch S...

To share Tweeter To share E-mail Deanne Weir, an Australian screen and technology entrepreneur, and Olivia Humphrey, founder of streaming platform Kanopy, announced the launch of Storyd Group. Storyd invests in internationally targeted feature films from Australian female creators and content-related tech start-ups. Deanne Weir commented: “Olivia and I have known each other since our […]

Emmy-Nominated Rapper/Actor TONE-z Relea...

TONE-z releases a new album with two exciting music videos TONE-z is thrilled to announce the release of their brand new album produced by In Tone We Trust Music. The Emmy-nominated singer is also a rapper, author, screenwriter, director and producer dedicated to creating timeless music for great listening pleasure. His new album titled TonezWorld […]

Bernard F. Reilly, famous historian, wri...

Bernard F. Reilly, 96, a leading medieval history expert, activist professor at Villanova University and prolific award-winning writer, died Saturday, December 11 of congestive heart failure at his home in Broomall. Dr. Reilly was professor of history at Villanova from 1955 to 1992, and he taught courses and seminars on the Renaissance, the Reformation, the […]

Column: ‘Abbott Elementary’ proves it’s

Although only three episodes, “Abbott Elementary” has become my new favorite show. The “mockumentary” style sitcom follows the workday of teachers at a Philadelphia public school – letting viewers in on the ongoing chaos they create and face on a daily basis. The show also marks another milestone in the career of Quinta Brunson – […]

The Recorder – A heroine’s dilemma and a

GREENFIELD – Wendy Sibbison is not your typical writer. The Greenfield resident spent 35 years as a lawyer, mostly on appeal. She enjoyed writing even as a young woman. She recently told me, “I thought I could support myself as a poet as an advocate for the poor.” His legal work was taking up more […]

January 14, 2022 – Multiversity comics

Welcome to The Rundown, our daily breakdown of the comedy news we missed from the day before. A link to share? Email our team at [email protected] In case you missed it, Mignolaversity took a look at July’s “Hellboy” collections and interviewed Rob Williams about “The Sword of Hyperborea.” We also got exclusive previews of “We […]

NJ Arts Community Celebrates National Ra...

New Jersey Theater Alliance and ArtPride New Jersey’s The Creating Change Network have partnered with the Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Center at Rutgers University-Newark to host arts events statewide to celebrate National Racial Healing Day. The day is a nationwide program coordinated by the WK Kellogg Foundation and is set for Tuesday, January 18, […]

Black-Owned Bee Infinite Publishing Anth...

Cover from the founders of Bee Infinite Publishing and Future Splendor Anthology Bee Infinite Publishing and CatStone Books Bee Infinite Publishing launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund three BIPOC anthologies Each project highlights the creative talents of emerging and award-winning voices living in the city of Los Angeles, across the country and abroad. – Bee […]

Preserving the Story: Medicine Woman Mel...

UNCASVILLE – Mohegan Medicine Woman Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel, an award-winning writer with several novels and non-fiction books to her name, understands the power of storytelling. After all, Tantaquidgeon Zobel, who is also the official tribe historian, comes from a long line of storytellers. A very long line. His great aunt and mentor was the medicine […]

Top 10 Jamaican Arts & Entertainment New

Entertainment news in 2021 was dominated by music and musical artists, some early successes and the passing of music legends. Jamaican writers were hailed and honored with awards, sprint champion Usain Bolt began another career as a recording artist, and Khalia Hall became the new Miss World Jamaica. Jamaican artists were inducted into the New […]

Kaithapram Vishwanathan, Music Director ...

Kerala- Thiruvananthapuram: Legendary Kerala State Music Director Shri Kaithapram Viswanathan Namboothiri died at a private hospital in Kozhikode (Calicut) on Wednesday, industry sources said. The 58-year-old musician, always in the shadow of his illustrious older brother, poet and lyricist, Kaithapram Damodaran Namboothiri, breathed his last in a private hospital where he was undergoing cancer treatment. […]

COVID can’t stop ingenuity: hailing San

Ric Salinas in a tour de force in “57 Chevy”. Courtesy of the San Diego Repertory Theater Phew! What year ! What a two-year debacle, in fact. It was heartbreaking, painful, depressing, anxiety-provoking and more. Oh, and more and more contagious lately. Just as we were heading back to the theater… things aren’t looking so […]

Casting announced for SHE’S GOT HARLEM O

Obie Award-winning Metropolitan Playhouse will bring three plays by influential Harlem Renaissance writer to life Eulalie Spence in a party led by Timothy johnson: SHE’S GOT HARLEM ON HER MIND, playing a limited series from February 3 to 27, 2022, in person at Playhouse: 220 E 4th Street. Previews start: Thursday, February 3, 2022Vernissage: Saturday […]

Hop days are back: New Zealand’s best lo

Unlike the festive tale that prevails this time of year, drinking low and non-alcoholic alcohol is important. In the United States, the non-alcoholic spirits sector grew by 289% between 2016 and 2020. Globally, beverage trends analyst IWSR predicts a 31% increase in low-alcohol or non-alcoholic beverages by 2024, as more people join the “movement of […]

Our selection of the 10 best books in 20...

Illustration by Soham Sen Text size: A- A + In in more ways than one, this year was dedicated to people reassessing their relationships with family, work, society and nature. As we still recover from the devastating consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic, there have been new conflicts, dialogues and resolutions. And the books were both […]

Ten reasons to be thankful in another me...

A year that begins with an insurrection does not bode well. In retrospect, it should have been clear that 2021 was going to struggle to meet expectations that it had to be better than 2020. The promise was there with vaccines and a new president. But then the Delta variant burst onto the scene, scuttling […]

Caitlin Stasey returns to Australia to f...

Neighbors actress Caitlin Stasey returns to Australia to film Amazon Class of ’07 all-female comedy series – after moving to the US two years ago By Nicole Douglas For Daily Mail Australia Posted: 8:30 p.m. EST, December 13, 2021 | Update: 8:40 p.m. EST, December 13, 2021 She has been living in Los Angeles for […]

Lucky to have the freedom to express mys...

National award-winning actress and writer Divya Dutta was in Chandigarh to deliver a speech at Literati-21, the Chandigarh literature festival, at UT Guest House on Sunday. She told the Hindustan Times about her writings, her films and more. Speaking on this year’s literate theme, Divya said, “In these days we all depend on hope, so […]

West Side Story: A Good Remake, But Not ...

Jonathan W. Hickman live review Representation matters. Steven Spielberg’s beautifully produced remake of the 1961 classic “West Side Story” keeps things going in 1957 but updates the musical with an appropriate cast. Rachel Zegler’s star debut as Maria, in addition to Natalie Wood’s turn in the same role, reinforce this modern trend. In 1961, the […]

Two books by Valley academics shine a li...

A few years ago, an investigation by Claims Conference, an organization that oversees the restitution of Jewish victims of Nazi persecution and their heirs, revealed disturbing news. Many Americans, especially younger ones, lacked a basic understanding of the Holocaust, survey finds, with respondents significantly underestimating the number of Jews murdered and not recognizing the names […]

Winter Arts Sneak Peek – The Georgetowne

National Building Museum  The wall / El Muro: what is a border wall? Until November 2022  This exhibition examines the border wall between the United States and Mexico from an architectural and design perspective. By focusing on the built environment, visitors will understand that a boundary wall makes something real – and internationally consistent – […]

Robert Bly, poet, translator and anti-wa...

Robert Bly, who died at the age of 94, was an award-winning poet, author and translator, whose name was created by his bestseller Iron John: A Book About Men (1990), which has been credited with advances the men’s movement in the United States. . Bly believed that American “male dominance” had softened in an increasingly […]

Started in 2007: the Nizamuddin Basti co...

UNESCO awarded two prizes for conservation efforts to Nizamuddin Basti in the capital. The Nizamuddin area includes the World Heritage Site of Humayun’s Tomb, the century-old Hazrat Nizamuddin Basti settlement and Sunder Nursery, in addition to the Batashewala Tomb Garden Complex, tomb of 16th century courtier poet Khan I Khanan ‘Rahim’, and the Mughal period […]

Sir Paul McCartney’s memoir seeks to aff

December 4, 2021 Words. By Paul McCartney. Edited by Paul Muldoon. Right of exploitation; 960 pages; $ 100 Allen Lane; £ 75 THE LIVES distinguished people often take a lot to say. Yet even the faithful might raise an eyebrow at Sir Paul McCartney’s memoir: two volumes totaling 960 pages. Casual Beatles fans might also […]

The most anticipated romantic song of La...

Laazmi is a melodious music video in which a man shares his every thought with the woman he loves as if she were his diary. “Laazmi”, the song was written, presented and produced by Aruna Arya Gupta, and sung by the heartfelt voice of Kinjal Chatterjee. The music was donated by Mayookh Bhaumik, a national […]

Tallin Black Nights crowns 2021 industry...

The Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2021 has named the winners of its Industry @ Tallinn & Baltic Event awards. The industry showcase took place as a hybrid of in-person and virtual events, with the winners announced today (November 26) after a week of presentations and networking with approximately 700 delegates. Swedish director Katarina Launing’s […]

“Facebook made me realize I don’t have a

Louise Nealon was 18 when she had a dream that belonged to someone else. “The dream was not very alive. It was just a general feeling of being disembodied. What I remember more than the dream is the feeling of disappearing completely from myself. It may sound like an experience of a nervous breakdown, and […]

writer alleges assault by Iffi’s securit

Panaji: Award-winning Sahitya Akademi Konkani writer Dilip Borkar claimed on Saturday that he and two of his friends were manhandled by bouncers at the venue of the 52nd India International Film Festival (Ifi). Borkar said he was lining up with his friends to enter the Inox multiplex for the Russian film The Hotel, which was […]

Book Review: “The Christmas Pig,” by JK

THE CHRISTMAS PIGBy JK RowlingIllustrated by Jim Field Neither words nor pictures, as the best storytellers have always known, can compete with the exuberant force of the imagination of a willful reader. JK Rowling has made a virtuoso demonstration of the truth of this premise in his most recent book. “The Ickabog”, a pandemic project, […]

A Net for Small Fishes by Lucy Jago revi...

Lucy Jago is an award-winning biographer whose richly imagined adult fiction debut is based on a scandal that rocked the Jacobean court. The poet and courtier Thomas Overbury was already in the Tower of London when he died, apparently of natural causes, in 1613; two years later, accusations that he had been poisoned reached King […]