Indian American author makes a rare public appearance since he was attacked at a literary event last year
Read latest stories from the American Bazaar on books by Indian American authors, as well as reviews
Indian American publishing executive has served as interim CEO of the worldâ€™s largest trade book publisher since January
Indian American arts advocate also serves on the boards of North Carolina Arts Council and International Focus of North Carolina
Indian American physician author’s new book offers a captivating exploration of the cell, the foundational unit of life
It enlightens, uplifts, and underscores how purposeful pursuits reverberate through generations
New 6-part podcast undertakes â€œa soulful, extraordinary journeyâ€ with Indian American author of â€˜The Covenant of Waterâ€™
Tharoor speaks about a range of topics including his literary works, his Hindu faith, geopolitics, and the state of Indian…
Opening May 5, the festival aims to highlight more South Asian talent and increase its audience and scope
â€œThe Oscars for booksâ€ event on March 2 to celebrate past yearâ€™s best writing
Author of â€˜Gujarat Filesâ€™ dedicates award to â€œevery single journalist fighting an isolating battleâ€
Indian-American author makes the finals in fiction category with her debut novel about a young queer immigrant’s journey
Inspired by Kamala Harris, the book evidences the progress and accomplishments of the Indian-American diaspora
Indian American authorâ€™s book based on controversial film about debunked 2020 election claims was set for Tuesday release
Sep 12-14 festival features top authors, scholars, and thinkers discussing from art to technology
Ex-wife Padma Lakshmi relieved author is pulling through after Friday’s nightmare and hopes for his swift healing
Indian American studentâ€™s work features in Lady Gagaâ€™s anthology of short stories about kindness, compassion, and community
Collection includes several classics and books in Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, Assamese and other Indian languages
Nine-day festival (April 16 to 24) to feature South Asian fiction and non-fiction authors, poets, screenwriters, and biographers
The Stanford scholar speaks about her new book, â€˜Brutal Beauty,â€™ which explores the transformation of Indian cities since the neoliberal economic reforms started in the 1990.
Unreasonable for Indian Americans to demand Harris identify more with the community, says the author of a new book
The influential blogger “Maila Baje” is Nepali American journalist Sanjay Upadhya, an editor and author of many books.
In an exclusive interview with The American Bazaar, the former PepsiCo Chairman and CEO speaks about her book, career and life as an immigrant.
GOPIO, AAPI, AIA, NFIA & ASEI jointly host virtual discussion and celebration of the Indian Diaspora
The Indian American actor’s soon-to-be-out book, â€˜You Canâ€™t Be Serious,â€™ talks about brown experiences in America in a funny, candid tone.
Sini Panicker straddles the ancient and new worlds so well in “Sita: Now You Know Me.”