Dion D’Souza reviews Anand Thakore’s collection of poems, ‘Selected Poems 1992–2012.‘
“The reason I use a straight razor”: Four poems by Daniel Wade
“I wear my best shirt; you once / said it brought out my eyes, unbuttoned / at the collar.”
Where do you go when all else fails?
Averil Stephen reviews Vineeth Sreenivasan’s film Jacobinte Swargarajyam.
Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and a Murakami pilgrimage
Praveen Palakkazhi reviews Haruki Murakami’s novel ‘Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage.’
“Grandma had swear words as long as her ear lobes”: Three poems by Sivakami Velliangiri
“I disembarked half way, afraid of facing your relatives. / How many years have you been married?”
Brave new world: illustrations by Namrata Narendra
Diving into human cognition and behavior.
In Pictures : The legend of courtesans
Sonali Bhatia’s photo essay on The Legend of Courtesans, presented by Ekta’s Gatherings.
“I wonder what astronauts see”: Three poems by Branka Petrovic
“You are grotesque except / for the trace of your black veins.”
Japan il Santhosh Kaliyanaraman
“Storytelling” என்ற கலைக்கு ஒரு நல்ல வருகை.
“I place a bowl of Palakkad summer”: Three poems by Sudha Chandrashekar
“this ‘maambazha morkuzhambu’. / I say it aloud, / the ‘zh’ sounds rolling off the tongue.”