Reviews and Interviews

Every bearded fellow has a fatwa up his sleeve
Pakistani author Faiqa Mansab’s new book is a bold attempt to explore the complex world of those, who are forced to live in the margins owing to their sex.
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‘Tis better to have loved
Article on Indian Express Indulge
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Love and longing in Pakistan
Article on The Times of India
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’Tis better to have loved
Article on The New Indian Express
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Micro review: This House of Clay and Water
Article on The Times of India
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Faiqa Mansab’s debutant novel highlights inequality in South Asia
Article on Daily Times
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This debut novel tells an unusual love story of outcasts in Lahore, spun with sensitivity and rage
Faiqa Mansab’s ‘This House of Clay and Water’ follows the struggle of two women and a transgender.
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This House of Clay & Water by Faiqa Mansab: A Bold Romantic Story Between a Woman & Hermaphrodite
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In Conversation with Faiqa Mansab
By the Penguin India Blog
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The Lounge Chair Interview: 10 Questions with Faiqa Mansab
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This House of Clay and Water: Faiqa Mansab’s promising debut on ‘forbidden love’
On Catch News
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‘This House of Clay and Water’ By Faiqa Mansab | Book Review
On Indian Nerve
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An Interview with Platform Creative lifestyle
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