Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Literary Updates

Amitav Ghosh, Uday Prakash & Jeet Thayil Shortlisted for DSC South Asian Literature Prize 2013.

The list of six writers -- three Indians, two Pakistani and one from Bangladesh -- besides an American translator for the USD 50,000 prize...

National seminar on State , Democracy and Governance: Landscaping National and International Politics

The Association of Political Scientists Kerala is holding a national seminar on State , Democracy and Governance: Landscaping National and International Politics at Seminar Hall, Government...

E-reading on the rise as survey sees decline for traditional books in America

A Pew Internet Research Center survey released Thursday found that the percentage of Americans aged 16 and older who read an e-book grew from...

Taj Literature Festival’s website launched

The website of the first-ever Taj Literature Festival being held here Feb 1-3, 2013, was launched by Agra Archbishop Albert D'Souza. D'Souza said the festival...

James Franco to publish poetry collection

Franco, who has had leading roles in  movies such as Milk, 127 Hours, Pineapple Express, and Spider-Man, is an MFA graduate from both Columbia University and Warren Wilson...

World’s first ‘gay Bible’ published

A book that is said to be the world's first "gay bible" has been published to coincide with the debate on same-sex marriage. Titled the...

Aravind Adiga, Amitav Ghosh’s works in Dublin literary award longlist

Novels by four Indian authors, including Aravind Adiga and Amitav Ghosh, are among 154 titles long listed for the 2013 IMPAC Dublin literary award. Besides...

Leelavati presented Mathrubhumi Literary Award

Renowned literary critic and educationist M Leelavati was bestowed with the prestigious 'Mathrubhumi Literary Award' for this year. The award, instituted by the leading Malayalam...

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