#ReadWomen: Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis

EXCUSE 4: I’M NOT ENOUGH TO SUCCEED I’ve talked a lot in my writings and my speaking about my lifelong battle with not feeling good enough. It is one of the topics I get the most notes about, so I know I’m not alone with those insecurities. For many of us, the list of not… Continue reading #ReadWomen: Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis

Women Writing Women: Book Recommendations from Our Editors

On 20 June 2018, our editors Arcopol Chaudhuri, Sohini Basak and Swati Daftuar did a LIVE on the topic 'Women Writing Women'. If you're someone looking to diversify your reading list, here are all the books they recommended.

#WomenWhoWrite: An excerpt from Inferior by Angela Saini

‘It seemed clear to me that the history of the life on the earth presents an unbroken chain of evidence going to prove the importance of the female.’ Unconventional ideas can appear from anywhere, even the most conventional of places. The township of Concord in Michigan is one of those places. Home to scarcely more… Continue reading #WomenWhoWrite: An excerpt from Inferior by Angela Saini

Indian Preview: Our Top New Releases from January

2018 is here, and so are our bumper line-up of wonderful books! There's a book for every kind of reader on this list. Happy reading, folks.

An Introduction to ‘Wild Words: Four Tamil Poets’

In 2003, at a time when politicians and other establishment figures of Tamil Nadu were caught up in a surge of Tamil chauvinism, a group of men and women, setting themselves up as guardians of Tamil culture, objected publicly to the language of a new generation of women poets, particularly in the work of Malathi… Continue reading An Introduction to ‘Wild Words: Four Tamil Poets’