New opportunity for short story writers from Bangladesh
The shortlist, which includes writers of Indian, Pakistani and Afghan origin, has been prepared from...
Like every year, our program will celebrate diversity and pluralism, local and foreign languages and...
The British-Bangladeshi writer is going to make her appearance in Bangladesh’s biggest literary...
A review of William Dalrymple’s ‘The Anarchy’
He draws on India’s politics and history in both his fictional and nonfictional writing
In conversation with Sadaf Saaz, producer and director, Dhaka Lit Fest
Yara Rodrigues Fowler speaks about her debut novel which was longlisted for the Desmond Elliott...
Tishni Doshi will talk about her books, recite her own poems and share her ideas about the craft of...
In conversation with Joseph Allchin
Malik writes mostly about the philosophy of biology and contemporary theories of multiculturalism, pluralism...
HM Naqvi speaks about his journey as a fiction writer
Akbar's fascinating novel Leila is so well received by readers and critics that it has been adapted...
A review of Sumana Roy's novel Missing
Nadeem Zaman speaks about his latest book and ongoing projects
Dubey is author of No Nation for Women: Reportage on Rape from India, World’s Largest...
His fictional writing has inspired and sustained many generations of fiction writers writing in...
With the aim of celebrating non-hegemonic languages and their literatures, this year Dhaka Lit Fest 2019...
The Finnish writer speaks about her fiction
Like previous years, this year’s Dhaka Lit Fest offers some interesting events.
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