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During the pandemic, religion has performed its role at several levels.
Iranian women read more, write more and are more present in the book market than men.
SOME of the country’s finest jazz musicians will be in Penang for a series of concerts titled ‘Jazz on the Jetty’ this Friday to Sunday.
Novelists are bringing cities to the forefront of fiction and breathing life into them.
Acclaimed Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami, hosting a special radio show from home, painted a brighter side of the world with his favourite music.
There is an amazing wealth and surge of knowledge accumulated within the span of months on what was a non-existent disease less than half a year ago. But there is also a wealth of misinformation. Here, we look at the Covid-19 fact.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The Swedish body that awards the annual Nobel prize for literature will name two winners this week, including one for 2018 when the ceremony was scuttled by a sexual assault scandal that prompted reforms by the long secretive organisation.
It looks like August has an exciting array of theatre picks! Here are eight theatre and arts performances this month not to be missed.
Book lovers will attest to the sense of escapism a good read brings. They have the power to unveil new and exciting places, so as part of World Book Day, Agoda has highlighted these literary-inspired destinations.
What's the difference between fantasy and magic realism? Lit experts have made a case for distinction, but these characteristics seem to have loopholes.