The sprinkles and ripples of Miranda’s life stop her from buying eggs to make a meal for her date.
A New Delhi woman takes matters into her own hands when a late-night visitor refuses to leave.
A comedy about nothing being sacred.
Glimpses of a Punjabi–Canadian immigrant’s life in the 1970s.
Unbearable thoughts of a beautiful past.
A collection of vignettes, from an IRA funeral observed through the eyes of a young altar boy, to the accidental purchase of a camel in the Algerian Sahara.
What is left, when life goes out to sea.
A retelling of Hansel and Gretel, both before and after.
Foil-wrapped roti and lidless ice cream pails mark life in the raspberry field.
Taliha Quadri interviews Finnish fantasy author Maria Turtschaninoff. Her book series The Red Abbey Chronicles is published by Pushkin Press and translated by Annie Prime.
Taliha Quadri interviews Faran Kiani, the author of Five Wishes and the Prophecy of the Prince, which was the first ever fantasy book in English published by the National Book Foundation of Pakistan.