*Shortlisted for the 2016 All India Poetry Prize
Rose Tremain’s The Gustav Sonata was the first book I finished on my new Kindle. It is a haunting tale of loving, un-loving and losing and thereafter finding ourselves […]
(for GCS and the Rickshaw-wallah who will never read Post Colonial Theory) He cycles in yellow light perforated by drizzle. Each peddle stroke dislodging a branch from that curved […]
When I asked her, ‘what do you like more – day or night, dawn or dusk, she replied, ‘I like them both equally. But I’d prefer the one that lets […]
A Really Short Story of Big Emotions
“All we accomplished was to confirm the impossibility of prolonging or strengthening oneness through a physical act.”
I have attempted to chart how an endearing poem is personalized, by writing one.
Come Wednesday the 20th of July 2016. We shall begin with the first among many spectacular things planned as part of the ‘Narratives that Transform’ Series. We hope to devour […]