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Famous smokes: A taste for hamburger...

Famous smokes: A taste for hamburger...

Arts & Letters

Fri, Aug 10 2018

Which brings me to Mr. Frederick Forsyth, who has written over 20 books of fiction and nonfiction

Nicholas Lezard’s Choice: ‘History Is...

Nicholas Lezard’s Choice: ‘History Is...

Arts & Letters

Mon, Aug 6 2018

What I was reading was not only poetry, but poetry of a very high order indeed

Interleaving personal memory with political...

Interleaving personal memory with political...

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jul 14 2018

Review of  ‘Memoirs of Dacca University: 1947-1951’

My late father’s late brother’s late...

My late father’s late brother’s late...

Arts & Letters

Mon, Mar 12 2018

He was like a signpost of transition as feudal Bengal crumbled and new combinations and classes were...

The road taken

The road taken

Arts & Letters

Mon, Mar 12 2018

What it means for a woman to write

Civil servants and politics do not...

Civil servants and politics do not...

Arts & Letters

Mon, Mar 12 2018

Memoir of a freedom fighter

Supreme male with lion jaws

Supreme male with lion jaws

Arts & Letters

Mon, Feb 5 2018

A creative nonfiction about a trip in in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

‘History ignores feelings and emotions...

‘History ignores feelings and emotions...

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jun 10 2017

In conversation with Svetlana Alexievich, the winner of Nobel Prize for Literature in 2015. Her Nobel...

Where are you from?

Where are you from?

Arts & Letters

Thu, Apr 6 2017

There are individuals and groups that prefer making “others” of those who don’t fit their definitions...

IOWA letter: Life is short, art...

IOWA letter: Life is short, art...

Magazine

Sat, Sep 3 2016

Acclaimed short story writer and novelist Wasi Ahmed writes from Iowa, USA about his initial days at...

Fifteen Years Later: What 9/11 Changed...

Fifteen Years Later: What 9/11 Changed...

Magazine

Sat, Sep 3 2016

How life in the USA changed for the brown skinned men and women after 9/11

On talking

On talking

Uncategorized

Tue, Aug 23 2016

How much of what we say do we really mean?