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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 […]

Port Lincoln Library exhibit celebrates ...

To mark International Women’s Day, the Port Lincoln Library exhibited local female authors to celebrate their contribution to literature and to coincide with this year’s theme #BreakTheBias. Key points: International Women’s Day is celebrated today around the world The Port Lincoln Library presented an exhibition of local female authors to mark the date Eyre Writers […]

Refuel with a new book on stories from a...

“The idea was to present the best writing as short fiction films by writers, regardless of who they are or where they are located,” says editor Shireen Quadri. In 2019, The Punch Magazine invited writers from around the world to submit short stories. With submissions coming from all over the world, 18 stories were shortlisted […]

The review of Les Merveilles by Elena Me...

Jhere are two stories in this novel, but each has been cut out, and the two sets of fragments mixed together. They form a composite picture as frustrating and as full of brilliant moments of enlightenment as those church stained glass windows where restorers have reassembled the shards left by the cudgels of iconoclasts, making […]

The Making of a Poet – The New Indian Ex

Express press service CHENNAI: Recognition is hard to come by for those actively working in the field of Tamil literature. Even people like Bharathi died without receiving rewards during his lifetime. Puthumaipithan followed the same path; today we celebrate his works as bestsellers. Likewise, there are so many who have given their lives for literature. […]

Lynn Buckle wins Barbellion Award; Iris...

Critics in The Irish Times this Saturday are Keith Duggan on Rob Davies’ Jackpot and Patrick Foster’s Might Bite; Mia Levitin on We Were Young by Niamh Campbell; Seán Hewitt on Best New Poetry; Wendy Erskine on How to Gut a Fish by Sheila Armstrong; Carol Ballantine on Mia Döring’s Any Girl; Paul Howard in […]

Ignored For 40 Years, Kay Dick’s Paranoi

For two decades, one man had the last word on Kay Dick’s career. After the London-born author died in 2001 at the age of 86, journalist Michael De-la-Noy wrote an obituary for Dick that sounded more like a gossip column. He disparaged her for prioritizing “personal vendettas and romantic lesbian friendships” over writing books, cataloged […]

Meet these women who won the prestigious...

Sahitya Akademi recently announced the Sahitya Akademi Awards 2021. Awards were presented in 20 Indian languages, with winners in Gujarati, Maithili, Manipuri and Urdu to be revealed later. The Sahitya Akademi Awards 2021 were awarded to seven books of poetry, two novels, five short stories, two plays, and one book each of biography, autobiography, review […]

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 […]

William (Bill) Linneman | Obituary

MOUNT PLEASANT – William (Bill) Linneman, passed away January 7, 2022. He will be cremated and laid to rest in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Stanford. An informal commemorative meeting will take place at a later date. William Richard Linneman was born in Bloomington, Illinois on October 13, 1926, to William Louis and Bertha Ummel Linneman. He […]

Damodar Mauzo, from the fight for life a...

Jan 09, 2022 | 06:00 HIST Damodar Mauzo, from the fight for life at the Jnanpith Prize Damodar Mauzo, a prolific writer whose work spans the literary spectrum from short stories to novels, novels, children’s stories, film scripts, biographies and newspaper columns, won the 2021-22 Jnanpith Prize. Xavier Cota, a close friend of Mauzo’s, explains […]

12 essential Dalit authors to get real i...

Reclaiming the literary space that was historically exclusive to them, Dalit writers of all languages ​​and over the decades have provided a startling glimpse into the reality of being ‘Dalit’ in India, a society where the hierarchical and hierarchical caste system and discriminatory continues. Before Dalit writer-activists raised their voices and used their pens to […]

Rare news from Toni Morrison coming out ...

NEW YORK (AP) – In much of the world, the late Toni Morrison was a novelist, celebrated for classics such as “Beloved”, “Song of Solomon” and “The Bluest Eye”. But the Nobel Laureate did not limit herself to just one type of writing. Morrison has also completed plays, poems, essays, and short stories, one of […]

Forget Sherlock Holmes and try these oth...

In December 1893, just six years after his first appearance and at the height of his popularity with late Victorian readers, Sherlock Holmes, the world’s most famous fictional detective, was killed by his creator Arthur Conan Doyle. In “The final problem”, published in the strand magazine, Sherlock plunged above Reichenbach Falls in a fight with […]

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 […]

On the Ayaz Melo

The Ayaz Melo is a fine example of how the power of two women – Amar Sindhu and Arfana Mallah – can turn an almost barren intellectual landscape into a fertile ground for the flourishing of ideas. Add three other outstanding personalities – Haseen Musarrat, Imdad Chandio and Taj Joyo – and you have the […]

50 years of the best of female writing

During the 1970s, despite an industry dominated by men, women writers began to occupy a central place in literature. Today, we can say that women writers and editors dominate publishing, such has been the strength of this movement. Indeed, a recent Sunday Times article questioned whether young male novelists were being left out and whether […]

Booker Prize-winning New Zealand First W...

Renowned writer and poet Keri Hulme, who was the first New Zealander to win the Booker Prize, has died at the age of 74. The lone writer, who won the prestigious literary award in 1985 for his first novel The Bone People, died Monday at her home in Waimate, New Zealand’s South Island. Born in […]

Nicole Kidman opens up about her depress...

Nicole Kidman said she suffered from depression and felt like she was “not in her own body” when playing writer Virginia Woolf in the drama The Hours. The Hollywood actress, 54, portrayed the tormented author struggling with her own sanity while trying to write her novel Ms. Dalloway in the 2002 film. Kidman won the […]

The best-selling books of 2021

Reading room The best-selling New Zealand books this year, as recorded by Nielsen BookScan New Zealand bestseller list and described by Steve Braunias FICTION 1 Auē by Becky Manawatu (Makaro Press, $ 35) Published in 2019, the best-selling New Zealand novel of 2020, and 2021, Atis a modern New Zealand classic, an event, something special. […]

9 Christmas Readings You Can Easily Add ...

So, it’s Christmas: you’ll soon be curled up by a fire, under a blanket, sleepy after a morning of overeating, and ready to enjoy a good book on your new or old Amazon Kindle. Well, whether it’s your standard Christmas Day or not, since you clicked on the headline above, you are clearly the center […]

Review of the Black and White Museum by ...

The Black and White Museum, 15 short stories written over five decades, confirms Ferdinand Dennis as an urban stroller and philosopher exploring the territory he began to map in his now classic novels. The epic Duppy Conqueror (1998), artfully republished by Small Axes last year, was a black British response to Gabriel García Márquez’s One […]

Previous year sees 50 percent increase i...

PESHAWAR: The past year saw a sharp increase in the publication of Pashtun prose books covering topics of research and literary criticism despite the market downturn. Experts said the Pashtun book market suffered a severe blow following a change of government in Kabul in mid-August of the previous year. “The sale of Pashtun books has […]

Janelle Monae releases sci-fi anthology ...

Janelle MonáeThe music of has always been at the forefront of Afrofuturist storytelling. Now the eight-time Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter is bringing her stories to life with a sci-fi anthology book based on her album, Dirty computer. Monáe revealed the news on her Instagram page Thursday, posting the book’s cover and title, The librarian of memory and […]

Obituary: Lis Lee, poet and playwright w...

Death: September 29, 2021. WHEN Janet Elisabeth (‘Lis’) Lee began writing in earnest at the age of 50, with the advent of the Kelso Writers’ Workshop in 1998, she did so with distinction, becoming a published, fiction and non-fiction writer. Her two small volumes of poetry, Vanilla Summer (2011) and Memory Horse (2018), both published […]

Meeting with Ayub Khawer

PUBLISHED on November 28, 2021 KARACHI: Equally inspiring director, producer, writer and poet, Mohammad Ayub Khawer was born in Chakwal on June 12, 1948, and joined Government High School, Chakwal, for his initial learning phase. After moving to Karachi, where his father served the Pak Army, he enrolled in Maqbool-e-Aam Sharfabad High School, Karachi. Later, […]

18-year-old wins BBC Hausa women’s short

Aishatu Dalil’s ‘Hakkina’ (‘My Right’) story won this year’s award BBC Women’s Hausa News Contest. Aishatu, 18, a 100-level student in English and French, said she started writing in 2018 and has a passion for writing about women’s issues. Her story ‘Hakkina’ tells the story of a young woman, Fatima, who is raped by her […]