And Wilderness is Paradise Enow…Click here to read.
Andrew Quilty, an award winning journalist for his features on Afghanistan, shares beyond his book, August in Kabul: America’s Last Days in Afghanistan and the Return of the Taliban, in a candid conversation. Click here to read.
Abhirup Dhar, a horror writer whose books are being extensively adopted by Bollywood, talks about his journey and paranormal experiences. Click here to read.
Munshi Premchand’s Balak or the Child has been translated from Hindi by Anurag Sharma. Click here to read.
Atta Shad’s Today’s Child has been translated from Balochi by Fazal Baloch. Click here to read.
Masud Khan’s History has been translated from Bengali by Professor Fakrul Alam. Click here to read.
Ihlwha Choi translates his own poem, Lunch Time, from Korean. Click here to read.
Tagore’s Somudro or Ocean has been translated from Bengali by Mitali Chakravarty. Click here to read.
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Rhys Hughes, Chad Norman, Amit Parmessur, Sister Lou Ella Hickman, Anjali V Raj, Alex Z Salinas, Swati Mazta, Pragya Bajpai, John Grey, Saranyan BV, Dee Allen, Sanjukta Dasgupta, David Francis, Mitra Samal, George Freek, Vineetha Mekkoth, Ron Pickett, Ryan Quinn Flangan, Asad Latif
Poets, Poetry & Rhys Hughes
In Climbing Sri Pada, Rhys Hughes takes us on a trek to the hilltop with unusual perceptive remarks which could evoke laughter. Click here to read.
Musings/Slices from Life
Wanderlust or Congealed Stardust
Aditi Yadav meanders through the human journey and suggests travel as an ultimate panacea. Click here to read.
Ratnottama Sengupta continues with her own family saga looking back to the last century. Click here to read.
From Gatwick to Kangaroo Island
Meredith Stephens compares her experience of immigration at London airport to the bureaucracy she faces at Kangaroo Island. Click here to read.
Musings of a Copywriter
In Camel Ride in Chandigarh, Devraj Singh Kalsi talks of animal rides with a dollop of humour. Click here to read.
Notes from Japan
In Sweet Diplomacy, Suzanne Kamata tells us how candies can well save the day in Japan. Click here to read.
Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri explores Gandhi in films and also his views on the celluloid screen. Click here to read.
P Ravi Shankar takes us on a photographic and textual tour of the land’s end of India. Click here to read.
Ratnottama Sengupta discusses the unique Bhooter Naach or the Ghost Dance, in Satyajit Ray’s Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne. Click here to read.
Sreelekha Chatterjee tells us a spooky tale of intrigue. Click here to read.
Tasneem Hossian gives a story of what bipolar disorders can do to a relationship. Click here to read.
Anjana Krishnan gives a poignant flash fiction spanning eras. Click here to read.
An excerpt from Andrew Quilty’s August in Kabul: America’s Last Days in Afghanistan and the Return of the Taliban. Click here to read.
An excerpt from Vinoy Thomas’s Anthill, translated by Nandakumar K. Click here to read.
Somdatta Mandal reviews Sudeshna Guha’s A History of India Through 75 Objects. Click here to read.
Meenakshi Malhotra reviews Priyadarshini Thakur Khayal’s Padmini of Malwa: The Autobiography of Rani Ruupmati. Click here to read.
Bhaskar Parichha reviews Colleen Taylor Sen’s Ashoka and The Maurya Dynasty: The History and Legacy of Ancient India’s Greatest Empire. Click here to read.
Click here to access the Borderless anthology, Monalisa No Longer Smiles