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Istanbul Istanbul: A novel by Burhan Sönmez and translated from Turkish by Ümit Hussein, has won a new international literature prize launched by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). Click here to know more.

Book launch of The Architecture of Loss by Zainab Priya Dala. The author was in conversation with Urvashi Butalia, Publisher, Zubaan Books. Click here to view the album.

Talking Cub’s publisher Sudeshna Shome Ghosh and HarperCollins Children’s Books publisher Tina Narang responded to questions from Scroll.in about the recently launched children’s imprints and what’s happening in the children’s book world. Click here to read excerpts from the interview.

Reviews

‘In his recently released book, The Free Voice, journalist Ravish Kumar details the predicament of our nation. It no longer sounds cynical that we are living in a vicious atmosphere of fear, failure, and fallacy created and sustained through a humongous Right wing propaganda unleashed in every sphere of life in India today.’ Book review of The Free Voice: On Democracy, Culture and the Nation by Ravish Kumar. Click here to read full review.

‘No Path in Darjeeling is Straight is Parimal Bhattacharya’s memorable contribution to understanding Darjeeling through a prism, where different colourful images magically come together to offer a remarkable clarity into the hill town as it once was, and its steady decline to what it is now.’ Book review of No Path in Darjeeling is Straight by Parimal Bhattacharya.

‘…it is a story about lost hopes and the constant political haggling that still plague the hills today. It is by no means a happy story. Thapa’s translation adeptly conveys the nuances allowing for a twisting of tense as the story moves back and forth in time.’ Book review of There’s a Carnival Today by Indra Bahadur Rai, translated by Manjushree Thapa.

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