Book Review

Book Review: A Search For Identity Of A Sub-Nation

Odisha’s history is very much under-researched and largely unexplored by scholars and popular writers alike. Authors have restricted themselves to… Read More

3 days ago

Book Review: Caricatures Of Celebrities That Tell A Tale

Kusum Pant Joshi’s book has a foreword by Lyn Innes, Emeritus Professor of post colonial literature, University of Kent. Focused… Read More

1 week ago

Book Review: Unveiling The Divided Mind

The book under review is a new translation of eleven short stories by veteran Odia litterateur Kishoricharan Das. The stories… Read More

2 weeks ago

Wintering: A Rite of Passage

“Wintering is a fallow period in life when you’re cut off from the world, feeling rejected, sidelined, blocked from progress… Read More

3 weeks ago

Book Review: A World Seen Feelingly

The past is never dead. It’s not even past. William Faulkner, Requiem for a Nun Manoj Das is not the… Read More

3 weeks ago

A Memoir & ‘Bildungsroman’ Of Literary Criticism

In his maiden appearance at the English Department of Utkal University in April 2011, Chandrahas Choudhury chose to speak on… Read More

1 month ago

Book Review: Secrets Of Similipal Holds the Key to Mankind’s Future

A sturdy hard back with a themed front cover in glossy white splashed with a generous daub of green and… Read More

2 months ago

Kalpavigyan: An Exploration Into The World Of Indian Science Fiction

Published in 2020, Suparno Banerjee’s Indian Science Fiction: Patterns, History and Hybridity provides a major breakthrough in studies in Indian… Read More

2 months ago

Book Review: Poems That Are Scorched By Anger And Scalding Tears

Satya Mohanty is a former administrator-turned-writer. Originally hailing from Odisha, he has made Delhi his home. He is a prominent… Read More

3 months ago

A Great Bio-Critique Of A Great Writer

He who was close to us From far off seemed to have come To our uncanny homeland, Only a searching… Read More

3 months ago