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Margaret Atwood honored with Dayton Literary Peace Prize

Margaret Atwood honored with Dayton Literary Peace Prize

- by Associated Press

Margaret Atwood, whose sweeping body of work includes “The Handmaid’s Tale,” a depiction of a nightmarish totalitarian future for the United States, is this year’s winner of a lifetime achievement award that celebrates literature’s power...

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Sarala Gautam’s ‘Dumero’ Launched

Sarala Gautam’s ‘Dumero’ Launched

- by Republica

Sarala Gautam’s novel ‘Dumero’ has been released. The novel is a coming-of-age story of a small-town girl, trying to find identity and voice in the larger world.

Book delayed by lockdown hits the stands

Book delayed by lockdown hits the stands

- by Republica

“Parityekta” is a work of fiction, written in the first person’s stream-of-consciousness narrative. The story unravels the internal landscape of a woman, who branching out into many roles of daughter, beloved, wife and mother, nevertheless constantly stumbles upon the well of loneliness from which the sense of abandonment springs perennially.

The promotion will be virtual for new “Hunger Games” novel

The promotion will be virtual for new “Hunger Games” novel

- by Associated Press

When Suzanne Collins’ “Mockingjay” was published a decade ago, Books of Wonder owner Peter Glassman put on a show: a late-night celebration for hundreds at his Manhattan store, with jugglers, costumes, a trivia wheel, cupcakes with the “Mockingjay” logo and a rare public reading from Collins herself.

Obamas, Oprah join Chicago project reading to kids online

Obamas, Oprah join Chicago project reading to kids online

- by Associated Press

Barack and Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey have joined the ranks of famous Chicagoans who are reading children’s books in videos posted online by the Chicago Public Library to engage families during the coronavirus pandemic.

Online live story reading time for kids

Online live story reading time for kids

- by Republica

Are you worried that your children are getting bored and kind of depressed due to the current lock down situation? Then, how about letting your kids listen to fun stories online, where professionals such as teachers, writers, journalists and more come live on Storytime in Nepal's Facebook page at 3 pm.