A brief account of the day the words went missing
Worrying won’t get us to where we want to go
An analysis of legislations concerning book publication in Bangladesh
We try to create change, but in the end, words are all we have
As the year ends, we measure up the fistful of gains against a mountain of losses
Bernard Llewellyn would have certainly joined in the Mujib Borsho celebrations
Being left-handed is not a bad thing at all
Interview with Arif Anwar, author of 'The Storm'
Is technology killing off the practice of writing by hand?
Publishers have the power to make a difference
Digitization is changing the nature of libraries
Are we at peace with the legacy we are leaving?
A joint interview with Jesse Ball and Catherine Lacey
An interview with Esther Freud
How can we foster greater interest in literature?