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Despite his modesty, Eka Kurniawan’s success has earned him his fair share of admirers – and haters.
Halloween isn't the same this year, but the scary fun is still happening online or pushed to a later date.
Mary Shelley's neglected book 'The Last Man' (1826) has the most to say to us in our present moment of crisis and global pandemic.
Having a big night in? Here are five online theatre shows to watch this weekend.
Four years ago, Booked Out columnist Sharmilla Ganesan set out to read her way through the titles in '1001 Books To Read Before You Die'. With this column she bids farewell to the adventure with a bit of help from Ursula K. Le Guin, an author she re-visits to find a new favourite.
From snow-capped mountains to historical cities, Switzerland is a dream destination best explored on rail.
The Picture Of Dorian Gray remains a powerful and relevant examination of our obsession with staying young.
In Midnight, Texas, outcasts such as vampires and witches find a place where they fit in. The best-selling trilogy by Charlaine Harris is now developed into a TV series.
Columnist Sharmilla Ganesan feels that the most horrifying thing about horror writers is how underrated they are.
Scottish actor James McAvoy stars in the upcoming thriller Victor Frankenstein with Daniel Radcliffe.