Anmol

Anmol is the founder of Perspective Magazine, an online publication that explores feminism in South Asia. She has a BA History from LSE and hopes to work for women’s rights in Pakistan, where she currently resides. Anmol is an avid reader, animal lover and a big talker once you get to know her. If she could, she’d hide herself in a room full of books and chai and forever be happy. Anmolirfan01@gmail.com

8 Books Where Villains Turn Into Heroes

A villain today may be a hero tomorrow. Consider, for example, the characters in these books about villains who become heroes.

A Woman’s History Of Partition: Life, Loss, and Identity

A reader looks at two compelling books about partition by and about women, and coming from both sides of the border.

The Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novels: A Guide to More BSC

Here's your definitive guide to the Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novels based on illustrations, stories and lots of nostalgia.

Anti-Suffragette Literature: Not So Different From Modern Media After All

How the anti suffrage movement showed up in literature of the day, and how we can still find this sentiment in some of today's media.

Why I’m Too Scared to Watch Adaptations of My Favourite Books

Why one reader is hesitant to see her favorite books reimagined for the screen and would prefer to keep those stories in her head.

What Mainstream Literature Still Needs to Get Right About Muslim Women

A reader on what mainstream literature from non-Muslim voices get wrong when writing Muslim women characters, and how that affects readers.

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