Mohsin Hamid’s work comes home with a little help from The Express Tribune.
Workplaces are not sensitised to women, crude jokes are often cracked in newsrooms.
Shazaf Fatima, Syed Kashif Raza, Masud Alam win over new readers.
A thicker waist, breasts like wilted flowers, silvery arcs of cellulite. To me they are signs of a woman victorious.
Weight loss surgery very much on menu for those who can’t seem to lose extra pounds through diet and exercise.
Aquila dredges up memories of her traumatic past in order to shine light on lesser-known atrocities of conflict.
Does new novelist Ayesha Salman have the magic touch?
On the first day of KLF, “the rockstar of Pakistani literature” faced a hall packed with fans.
A half-baked, inane novel, Invisible Lines works by assuming both the reader and its own characters to be stupid.
The economical prose and devotion to facts make it easy to forget that you're reading fiction.