The journalist wrote about her journey to 18 countries and 44 cities in four and a half months in a travel novel.
The Gramedia publishing initiative wants to support young emerging writers in the Indonesian literary scene.
A unit within publishing giant Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia, Comma Book puts a soptlight on young, contemporary emerging Indonesian writers.
The last of the 1965 trilogy lets us meet a cast of characters from the turbulent time through the current time.
A new book by Egyptian author Shereen El Feki talks about how the Arabs are sexing up in a changing world.
A romance novel published in the same year as Crazy Rich Asians turn out to show a little more nuanced than the best-selling book series.
This children's book author and illustrator wants kids socially engaged and empowered from a young age.
How do you love your country, especially when it betrays you time and again?