Via Sabbah Haji...
Great to know you're a big reader. here's been very little English writing in Kashmir from Kashmiris. I'm listing a few below - because I have found writing by non-Kashmiris to be painfully biased, insensitive, or inaccurate [there are exceptions of course].
1. Sanjay Kak's recent collection of essays on Kashmir: Until My Freedom Has Come: The New Intifada In Kashmir, which is non-fiction, and sprang from the Summer of 2010.
2. Nitasha Kaul- a young academic and writer. Here's something from her: http://site.nitashakaul.com/uploads/nitasha_kaul_kashmir_OD.pdf
3. Basharat Peer's 'Curfewed Night' again is autobiographical non-fiction.
I cannot recommend any other objectively written non-fiction on Kashmir and its history, because I haven't come across too many books myself.
4. Mirza Waheed's 'The Collaborator' is a novel, Kashmir-based again.
5. Malik Sajad is a young Kashmiri artist, and he has a couple of graphic novels up on his site: http://www.kashmirblackandwhite.com
Here's a video you might find useful to throw light on the entire Kashmir conflict, background, history and perspective: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T15bV7iaiRE. It's a conference/panel discussion featuring Mirza, Sanjay and Nitasha.
I have heard a few recent films on Kashmir are pretty good, though I haven't watched them here. Not available in Kashmir ironically.
Try watching 'Harud': http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nVJLQIAQYk
'InshaAllah Football': http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmYhtoPuXxg&NR=1
'Zero Bridge': http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SA1m_KjpIk&NR=1