As the guests arrived, the room brightened up and a conversation began that would eventually go on to deeply invest in exploring the nature of power and of defiantly opposing the status quo.
Five chapters, each centred around key values of Islam, narrated by young Falak
Also a journalist, Wahab will speak about her nonfiction, Born A Muslim, a book that talks about the increasing political irrelevance of Muslims in India and the importance of feminist interpretations of the Quran, besides highlighting other relevant socio political issues.
Bookworms are simple creatures. All they want in life is to read. While it is a simple desire, it is equally frustrating and sometimes, an anxious one.
“The books launched and discussed at the Dhaka Lit Fest are on their way”, store owner Amina Rahman informed Daily Star Books.
The new branch is expected to open in mid-January, store owner Amina Rahman told The Daily Star.
For avid readers, bookshops hold a special place in their lives.
“We tried our best to keep the shop but the tides of change are upon us”, Bookworm announced on their social media today.
The author shared about her life being an associate professor, teaching Management, raising two girls, and her love for writing over a cup of coffee and snacks.