‘Being an island, migration and assimilation from India and colonial slavery was high’, he points out This review was originally published in The Hindu and can be found here. Sri Lanka’s crisis last year was unprecedented on many accounts. But, it was not entirely unrelated to the country’s tumultuous past,… Read More »In Ceylon, there was no tryst with democracy: Rajan Hoole
Catch Ameena Hussein giving a presentation on Ibn Battuta in Sri Lanka on the Lahore Literature Festival’s facebook page, today the 9th of July, at 7:30pm local time! The livestream can be found here
Watch author and publisher Ameena Hussein, along with academics Thakshala Tissera and Mahesh Hapugoda share views on their vision for SL English Writing: as to what they want it to be, from what it is at present. New Ink 2021 is an independently organized literary forum focusing on new English… Read More »New Ink 2021: “My Vision for SL English Writing”
Watch Ameena Hussein discuss her latest book: Ibn Battuta in Sri Lanka, live on Zoom, at the 76th meeting of the Sri Lankan Literary Society. The meeting will be held at 6:30 P. M. Sri Lankan Time on Sunday the 6th of June 2021. Link : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85450516937?pwd=Z2R3UnZjc1lMVmdaOUVaN3AyVnUyZz09 Meeting ID: 854… Read More »Sri Lanka Literary Society: Zoom meeting with Ameena Hussein
‘I have to thank Ibn Battuta for taking me on a spectacular journey’: A chat with Ameena Hussein JANUARY 10, 2021 BY NAVEED ROZAIS It is rare to find a book that combines the old and the new seamlessly in an enjoyable way. Author and Perera-Hussein Publishing House Senior Commissioning Editor… Read More »The Sunday Morning features Ameena Hussein
Brunch Talks with Jennifer Rodrigo It’s probably a universally held belief that children are like sponges, absorbing both the good and the bad they see, hear, and experience in this world, later shaping them into the adults they become. In this week’s Brunch Talks, children’s author and corporate communications professional… Read More »Celebrating diversity – Prashani Rambukwella
This is the book you should be buying at the Colombo International Book Fair 2018 at the Perera Hussein stall A 79!
Anuradha Roy, whose third novel Sleeping on Jupiter (2015) was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize and won the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature, is back with a new tome. In her latest novel, All The Lives We Never Lived (published in Sri Lanka by Perera Hussein), Roy recreates… Read More »This is the book you should be buying at the Colombo International Book Fair 2018 at the Perera Hussein stall A 79!