Recent and archived articles by Akshita Nanda
’TIS the season to be judged on your giving. Colour has drained from my wallet and brain in yet another annual round of Secret Santa parties and gift exchanges with loved ones.
Jessica Cornwell’s first book – 'The Serpent Papers – is a thriller ... just like granddad’s.
He's one of the most highly regarded conductors in the world. Catch him in Singapore.
A Singaporean writer is inspired by her Vietnamese husband’s family to pen a story on war wounds and survival.
The zeal in sending greeting cards may have diminished, but there’s still joy in receiving them.
The author of the strikingly honest memoir Eat, Pray, Love turns to fiction after finding domestic bliss.
Some say Canadian author Alice Munro’s Nobel Prize for Literature is a win for female writers and the short story form. I say the true winner this year is the Swedish Academy.
She’s barely over 20 and already has millions in book and movie deals! Meet Samantha Shannon, overachieving author.
Award-winning writer Claire Tham releases a new book after 10-year gap.
What every girl wants: ‘You want to be loved by your loved ones, you want to have nice things.’ And become famous on social media.