Colours of the Sky…Click here to read.
In Conversation with Akbar Barakzai, a Balochi poet in exile who rejected an award from Pakistan Academy of Letters for his principles. Click here to read.
In Conversation with Somdatta Mandal, a translator, scholar and writer who has much to say on the state of Santiniketan, Tagore, women’s writing on travel and more. Click here to read.
Nazrul’s signature poem, ‘Bidrohi‘, translated by Professor Fakrul Alam. Click here to read.
Jibonananda Das‘s poetry translated from Bengali by Rakibul Hasan Khan. Click here to read.
Poetry of Munir Momin, translated from Balochi by Fazal Baloch. Click here to read.
A poem in Korean, written & translated by Ihlwha Choi. Click here to read.
A short story by Bhupeen giving a vignette of life in Nepal, translated from Nepali by Ishwor Kandel. Click here to read.
Tagore’s poetry translated by Mitali Chakravarty. Click here to read.
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Rhys Hughes, Sutputra Radheye, Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal, Sheshu Babu, Michael Lee Johnson, Prithvijeet Sinha, George Freek, Sujash Purna, Ashok Manikoth, Jay Nicholls, Pramod Rastogi, Ryan Quinn Flanagan, Vijayalakshmi Harish, Mike Smith, Neetu Ralhan, Michael R Burch
Poets, Poetry & Rhys Hughes
A story poem about The Clock Tower of Sir Ticktock Bongg. Click here to read.
Penny Wilkes takes us for a stroll into the avian lives with photographs and poetry in Of Moonshine & Birds. Click here to read.
Christina Yin takes us on a strange journey in Sarawak, Malaysia. Click here to read.
A pensive journey mingling rain and childhood memories by Garima Mishra. Click here to read.
Jackie Kabir brings us a strange story from Bangladesh. Click here to read.
First International Conference on Conflict Continuation
Steve Davidson explores an imaginary conference. Click here to read.
The Literary Fictionist
In Fragments of a Strange Journey, Sunil Sharma sets out with Odysseus on a tour of the modern day world. Click here to read.
Musings/Slices from Life
Ratnottama Sengupta recalls her experiences of the Egyptian unrest while covering the 35th Cairo International Film Festival in 2012. Click here to read.
An account of life of dochgirs (embroiderers) in Balochistan by Tilyan Aslam. Click here to read.
Gita Viswanath takes us into her father’s world of art and wonder. Click here to read.
Ishita Shukla, a young girl, explores patriarchal mindset. Click here to read.
Welcoming in the dark half of the year
Candice Louisa Daquin takes a relook at the evolution of Halloween historically. Click here to read.
Musings of the Copywriter
In Crematoriums for the Rich, Devraj Singh Kalsi regales his readers with a dark twist of the macabre. Click here to read.
Jayat Joshi, a student of development studies, takes a dig at unplanned urban development. Click here to read.
Once Upon A Time in Burma: Leaving on a Jet Plane
John Herlihy’s last episode in his travels through Burma. Click here to read.
A Legacy of Prejudice, Persecution and Plight
Suvrat Arora muses on the impact of a classic that has been coloured with biases. Click here to read.
The Observant Migrant
In Is Sensitivity a Strength or a Weakness?, Candice Louisa Daquin explores our value systems. Click here to read.
Arundhathi Subramaniam’s Women Who Wear Only Themselves. Click here to read.
CJ Fentiman’s award winning book, The Cat with Three Passports. Click here to read.
Himadri Lahiri reviews Somdatta Mandal’s ‘Kobi’ and ‘Rani’: Memoirs and Correspondences of Nirmalkumari Mahalanobis and Rabindranath Tagore. Click here to read.
Suzanne Kamata reviews Iain Maloney’s Life is Elsewhere/ Burn Your Flags. Click here to read.
Bhaskar Parichha reviews Anita Agnihotri’s Mahanadi –The Tale of a River, translated from Bengali by Nivedita Sen. Click here to read.
Meenakshi Malhotra reviews Turmeric Nation: A Passage Through India’s Tastes, authored by Shylashri Shankar. Click here to read.