Samia Tamrin Ahmed & Antonin Vacek Journeys often lead to lifelong friendships and creative collaborations – A Wistful Existence is a testament to that. A Bangladeshi poet and a Czech photographer co-create this delightful, if not wistfully engaging publication, with the featured verses inspired by travel photography spanning across both Europe and Asia.
It’s All Relative shines the spotlight on the best English-language writers to emerge from our region. A compilation of 18 short stories, the book honours excellence in the categories of fiction, translations and young adult literature; with each story driven by strong storytelling, intricate plots and engaging characters.
Katerina Don EMMzine (Exploring Mind Matters Zine) is an independent ‘magazine’ dedicated to the taboo topics of mental illness and health. Targeted towards a young adult audience; the publication does not position itself as an academic work on the psyche, but rather an experiment in creative therapy. The collaborators approach their respective topics from different angles. The result is a collection of illustrations
Editor: Fakrul Alam Six Seasons Review is an English-language literary journal published twice a year by Bengal Publications. Originally launched in Dhaka in 2001 to meet the need for an English-language periodical devoted exclusively to arts and letters, it now publishes a wide variety of content, including poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, dramas, critical essays, belles-letters, translations and other arts. T
Locations –Anthology of Architecture and Urbanism Volume 1 Volume 1 of Location anthologizes articles on outstanding architectural projects, interviews and portfolio of Bangladeshi buildings. Connoisseurs on the aesthetic aspects of dwelling places come together in the platform of this book to share views and experiences of infrastructures. Co-edited by Bengal Foundation and ORO Editions, Locations is edited by Kazi
Mubinul Azim- Colours and Dreams Mubinul Azim- Colours and Dreams is a collections of reports, articles, and discussions on Mubinul Azim and his works. This collections is publishes by Bengal Publications as a tribute to Mubinul Azim, a little well art maestro. The collections in this book are preserved and documented by his wife, Mrs Momota Azim. The anthology is edited by the Editorial Board of Bengal Publications
The New Girl by Kaya Hossain The New Girl is a tale of a new girl incredibly written by an author who herself is a school-going little girl. Kaya Hossain, is a terrific young talent in writing stories. Her first book was called Zimmie’s Wish and it was published in 2014. The New Girl is her second which she has published at the age of twelve. Both the books have acclaimed many accolades not only by children readers
World English Poetry edited by Sudeep Sen World English Poetry is an amazing anthology of poetry written by contemporary poets of different countries. This anthology is compiled and edited by Sudeep Sen. Eight-five poets, who write in English Language, including Prof Kaiser Huq, David Dabydeen, Vikram Seth and William Radiche. Sudeep Sen says about his anthology that poets “come from all corners of the world, places
Labyrinth by Munize Manzur and Arif Hafiz Labyrinth is a tale of the slum of Korail told through still images and words by Munize Manzur and Arif Hafiz. For outsiders Korail slum may seem to be place full of filth, squalor. But for the people who live there, the place has all the charms that any habitat would have. The insight of the co-authors captures the liveliness of the slum. The two mediums- photography and cr
Stories from the Edge: Personal Narratives of the Liberation War by Asfa Hussain, Zeba Rasheed Chowdhury, Zakia Rahman Nipa, Nusrat Huq, Mahmuda Haq Choudhury, Jackie Kabir, Masrufa Ayesha Nusrat, Shireen Hasanat Islam, Niaz Zaman, Razia Quadir, Razia Sultana Khan, Shahana Obaid, Shahruk Rahman and Rebecca Haque. বেঙ্গল পাবলিকেশন্স প্রকাশিত মুক্তিযুদ্ধের ব্যক্তিক আখ্যান Stories from the Edge: Personal Narratives of
Stories from the Edge Stories from the Edge: Personal Narratives of the Liberation War is a collection of stories written by members of The Reading Circle, Dhaka. These are not war narratives but personal stories of women who experienced the war from the periphery. They either belonged to the exodus of people who left the main cities for the villages, or were in Agartala, or interned in camps in Pakistan. Some of the
Product details Format Hardback | 209 pages Dimensions 134 x 203 x 14mm Publication date 2015 Publication City/Country Dhaka, Bangladesh Language English ISBN 978 984 91781 1 8 Price BDT 500/USD 10/ Euro 8
Piazza Bangladesh by Neeman Sobhan Piazza Bangladesh is an anthology of eleven short stories by Neeman Sobhan, an Italy-based writer. She has published extensively in The Daily Star and other journals. Neeman Sobhan’s anthology of short stories depict love, loss, lost innocence, reminiscence of past. The stories, created by many ingredients like that of a pizza, make the book an delicious read for book lovers.
Ghost Alley by Javed Jahangir Ghost Alley is a novel by a well-published author Javed Jahangir based on 1971 Independence War of Bangladesh. The protagonist of this novel is a twelve year boy named Ludo who feels confused about his identity when Nadira nani comes to visit them and calls him a ‘bastard’. The narration of 1971 war is basically told by the story of this boy Ludo and his grandmothers. This book ca
Ganga Jamuni Silver and Gold- A Forgotten Culture Ganga-Jamuni: Silver and Gold: A Forgotten Culture is a book born out of the reaction of a British-Canadian artist born in a Bengali Muslim family named Naz Ikramullah on the lost heritage that coincided both Hindu and Muslim tradition. This book discusses issues on historical background, religion, customs and literature of Indian Subcontinent. Naz Ikramullah says in
Hope in Technicolor by Srabonti Narmeen Ali Hope in Technicolor by Srabantee Narmeen Ali is a tale of group of friends in their twenties. Love, betrayal, sex, drugs, check in to new fashion houses or watching sports seem to be their only meaning in life. While events after events reveal the way curtains rise in theatre to expose the characters, the readers see the glimpse of inner depth in each of the characters. Ali
Baghdad Immortals by Saad Z Hossain Baghdad Immortal is a novel based on Iraq invasion by American soldiers, written by Saad Z Hossain. When nothing was quite right in the war-ridden Baghdad, two black-marketers want to leave the country for a new start. One of them is Dogr, a widower, who used to teach Economics in a university before the war shattered the country. And another black marketer is Kinza, who is now a c
Voices by Munize Manzur Voices is an amazing collection of a bucket full of philosophically dark short stories written by Munize Munir. Voices narrates voices of many different characters be they human or some just culinary pot and kettle. There are twenty-seven short stories in this collection. Each of the stories is experimental in its own way and makes the reader interested to read other stories as well from the c