Love, InshAllah – The Secret Love Lives of American Muslim Women explores themes which are often considered taboo in the ‘nation of Islam.’
Marking’s Publishing launched Emad S. Rahim’s collection of poems The Cave at the Indus Valley School of Art & Architecture.
Nichola Khan’s study is a comprehensive overview of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s militant ethos and an analysis of the culture of violence fostered by the party.
Sinhalese-Brit Tamara Herath’s book examines the role of the civil war in bringing about a major social change in the lives of the Tamil women in Jaffna.
Tariq Rahman’s new book provides the historical background to a shared tradition of language in the subcontinent that has been torn apart by politics and religion.
Food Prints takes an in-depth look at the vast variety of ingredients and cooking techniques found in Pakistan.
Ayesha Salman’s debut novel ventures into taboo territories, injects elements of fantasy in the way the characters see the world and unveils shocking contradictions in the life of a Pakistani family.
A personal account of the sexual harassment faced by 11 female employees at the UNDP, Working with Sharks will ring a bell with several working women who face similar problems but are unable to confront the offenders.
Aquila Ismail’s book, Of Martyrs and Marigolds, addresses a time in history that has, until now, been left mostly untouched in fiction.
Looking at the collective impact of the separation of East Pakistan, the author reveals stories of brutality and resistance of the women and men who were caught in the trauma of the ’71 war.