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Celebrating Amitav Ghosh | Author Spotlight

Amitav Ghosh turns 64 today! We are sharing our love for the master storyteller through a short snapshot of his life.

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July 2020 Issue | Rwanda

Editor’s Note & Index of all Booking Things this month

Celebrating Amitav Ghosh | Author Spotlight

The master storyteller turns 64 this month! Here’s a little snapshot of his exciting life.

We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families by Philip Gourevitch | Book Review

The ugly history of the Rwandan genocide of 1994 and its haunting aftermath is the subject of this mind-numbing book

Celebrating Hilary Mantel | Author Spotlight

The author turns 68 this month and we are expressing our love for her with this short snapshot of her life and works

Releasing in July 2020

A list of all the exciting books releasing this month that make it to our TBR pile!

22 Must Read Books About Rwanda

An essential reading list to get to know Rwanda a little better

Recommended Reading

Introducing Myself by Ursula K. Le Guin

In this provocative, sarcastic and powerful essay, Ursula Le Guin examines gender stereotypes, feminism and identity

India After Gandhi by Ramachandra Guha

No other book comes as close to Ramachandra Guha’s India After Gandhi in telling us the story of modern India. Meticulously researched and fascinating, this should be one of our mandatory reads!

How Do You Design “Lolita”?

Designing “Lolita” makes one examine the lust for literature, the lust for design, and the subject of the book itself – which is lust

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Of B&B is a magazine where we explore and examine literature with readers and writers, illustrators and publishers, speakers and scientists. From book reviews to studying the lives (sometimes rosy, sometimes tumultuous) of those who bring these books to life, we attempt to bring in-depth, unbiased narratives from the world of literature and literary criticism to you. Our commentary is based on both Indian as well as International works. From best-selling writers to bibliophiles, from critics to fans, from paperback purists to ebook enthusiasts, we hope to bring everyone into a single fold to obsess intellectually over matters of literature.