Aliyyah Eniath speaks to Mint on her Indian roots, on how radicalism has seeped into the tiny tropical island she lives in, and about what made her write her novel—‘The Yard’.
Excerpts from an interview with the editor of ‘House Spirit’ Palash Krishna Mehrotra
Speaking Tiger author Marion Molteno was in New Delhi for the launch of the South-Asian edition of her novel Uncertain Light. She talks about her stay in India in her latest blog post ‘Diary of a Speaking Tigress’.
Speaking Tiger title Into the Hidden Valley by Stuart Blackburn is a finalist for the M. M. Bennetts Award for Historical Fiction 2016.
Speaking Tiger author and winner of Windham Campbell Prize, Jerry Pinto was invited by Mercedes Benz International School for an author’s meet event as part of their ‘Book Week’ celebration.
Uncertain Light by Marion Molteno is a finalist for the Indie Book Awards 2016. Indie Book Awards an international award for books published by independent publishers. It’s run from the US but gets entries from all over the world. Uncertain Light is a finalist in the general fiction category.
We are delighted to announce that World Scientific Publications, print and electronic, will henceforth be exclusively distributed in India by Speaking Tiger Publishing Private Limited. World Scientific Publishing is one of the leading scientific publishers in the world, and the largest international scientific publisher in the Asia-Pacific region.
A beautiful blog post by the author of ‘Uncertain Light’, Marion Molteno, who shares her experience of the Lahore Literary Festival —’The festival that nearly didn’t happen’.
Tales of the Metric System, Coovadia’s fifth novel, was shortlisted for the 2015 Sunday Times Barry Ronge Fiction Prize and has also been longlisted for this year’s International Dublin Literary Award. With a cash prize of 100,000 pds, The Dublin Literary Award is known as the “world’s richest literary prize” for a single work of fiction.