“End of a 90 year-old affair in soft melancholy. Not a grand farewell to a place which has stood witness to grand spectacles,” writes Bishweshwar.
“यह कविता अथवा काव्यभाषा ही है, जो मृत्यु से संघर्ष का दम रखती है, उसे नीचा दिखाती है, उसे झटक देती है,” सुधीर रंजन सिंह लिखते हैं।
“Out of the South American auteurs I have read, including Marquez and Bolano, it is Vargas Llosa who strikes me as the most enduring,” writes Praveen Murali Palakkazhi.
Review, Analysis, and Close-Reading of Bob Perelman’s poem from Virtual Reality, ‘Chronic Meanings’, by Tuhin Bhowal.
“In that parallel universe where my life is perfect, I was Miriam Maisel – spick and span, ambitious, courageous, unfettered and unapologetic,” writes Vidya Bhandarkar.
“What the place really resonates with is the untold stories waiting to be heard,” write Sonali and Arun Bhatia.
“Sharp Objects isn’t a murder mystery as much as an intimate study of characters that are probably way beyond redemption,” writes Biswarup Sarangi.