Gopal Lahiri reviews Mihir Chitre’s collection of poems, School of Age.
“You are present in our lives, in our kitchens”: Five ghazals by Elizabeth Marshall
“Take our temptations of doubts and jealousies, burn them. / At the altar of sacrifice, let believers just believe, Elaha”
Not so pretty, after all
Raghvi Arora reviews Garry Marshall’s film ‘Pretty Woman’.
“I wish we could smell each other”: Three poems by Jose Varghese
“Sirens and alarms don’t / stop us from being trapped in each other”
Of stolen books and haunting eyes
Jwala K Sukumaran reviews Brian Percival’s film ‘The Book Thief’.
“The green backdrop is not a forest”: Three poems by Pamela Hobart Carter
“Around her undressed neck / she wears a string.”
Rituals do not add to our credos
Utpal Chakraborty reviews Kiriti Sengupta’s collection of poems, Rituals.
“I pop my eyes out at vegetables”: Three poems by Arihant Verma
“The limbo lies on the bed, / waiting to be nursed”
Who is to blame for war?
Anantha reviews Netflix series Troy: Fall of a City.
“Whose tires have been punctured by my accidents?”: Three poems by Wilda Morris
“I become irrational, / withdrawn and neurotic as the earth.”