Soni Wadhwa reviews K Sridhar’s novel Twice Written.
Tracing one’s roots across the ocean
Anantha reviews Viriah, by Krishna Gubili.
The good and the bad immigrant
Darsana Mohan reviews Pachinko, by Min Jin Lee.
When a good wife turns bad
Kameswari Padmanabhan reviews Prataya Saha’s short film ‘The Good Wife.’
The scar is a commode that upsets him
Dr MN Parasuraman reviews Babitha Marina Justin’s collection of poems, I Cook My Own Feast.
Strolling through the labyrinth of life and afterlife
Eshwari Pathare reviews John Green’s acclaimed first novel ‘Looking for Alaska’.
Lustrous poems with troves of imagery
Gopal Lahiri reviews ‘Unborn Poems and Yellow Prison’, Aneek Chatterjee’s collection of poems.
A nuanced tale of gender identity
Anshika Verma reviews Tom Hooper’s film ‘The Danish Girl’.
Humans of Varanasi
Kashiana Singh reviews Birdsongs of Love and Despair, collection of short stories by Vivek Nath Mishra.
My madness is mine alone
Amit Shankar Saha reviews Meera Nair’s collection of poems, En Body.