They now call Australia home

A new book attempts to define the Indian-Australian identity, writes PREETI JABBAL

On mortality and frailty

Atul Gawande explores the limitations of modern medicine, writes JYOTI SHANKAR

Word up!

Sharing draft works aloud is a personal yet public expression of creativity, writes KIRA SPUCYS-TAHAR

Our imagined spaces

Writers on cities and how they teach us to live. By RAKA SARKHEL

Resurrecting linguistic diversity

Trans-cultural collaboration may be the key to saving ancient language practices, writes USHA RAMANUJAM ARVIND

Life in the time of permawar

How are we to live in this man-made war zone that our world has become? RAKA SARKHEL asks

The migrant story

If you look beyond the stereotypes, new Australians have much to offer, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA

Chinese Puzzles

Author Qiu Xiaolong's 'Inspector Chen' gives readers an insight into modern China, writes VIKAS DATTA

Sydney Writers’ Festival events with Indian links

Want to check out SWF but don’t know what to see? Our top writers’ fest events with links to the subcontinent

Indian Link’s Top 5 Free Events at Sydney Writers’ Festival

Want to check out SWF but low on funds? Our top five free events will keep you in the literary loop