Writer Kasem bin Abubakar was told nobody would buy his chaste romance novels but time has proved otherwise
The writer suffered severe injuries to her head and back after falling from a stage at a literary event
The prolific writer of crime and suspense stories was ignored by the government in his final years
Two years after Sabeen Mahmud's death, we look at how the institution she created survived its darkest hour
Their new ad gives us more reason to love thy neighbour
Survival was the key theme behind the tales shared by all the witnesses
Feica's exhibition will run until April 28
Hanif sheds light on his writing life and ambitions and talks about his new opera about the Bhuttos
"For us it was an opportunity to reshape the narrative."
Iranians, Pakistanis share history but still don’t know each other, says Humans of Tehran photographer
Behrad Nafisi Mistry is on his first visit to Pakistan and hopes to come again for more Pakistani stories
Other winners of literary awards include Lynn Nottage for factory drama 'Sweat' and poet Tyehimba Jess for 'Olio'
Dina has directed Intezaar, a play that seeks to highlight why the moratorium on death penalty needs reinstatement
The memoirs of Louis and Edwina Mountbatten’s younger daughter are both enjoyable and revealing
The play title underlines the impact the wait to be hanged has not only on an inmate, but also on his/her family.