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Available Now: Helter Skelter’s First Print Edition
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Available Now: Helter Skelter’s First Print Edition
By Staff · Vol. 4 of our New Writing anthology is our first print edition and features original writing handpicked by Janice Pariat, Nitoo Das, and Jerry Pinto. Get your copy now!

Contents

Book Review: Seahorse

In Janice Pariat's debut novel Seahorse, time is tethered to love, to obsessions, to personal myths.  

Live and Loud: The NH7 Weekender 2014

In conversation with the F16s, Sandunes, Madboy/Mink, Frame/Frame, and Big City Harmonics about the happiest music festival in India.  

Film Review: Pune 52

Largely regarded as India's first Marathi neo-noir film, Pune 52 has all the elements one has come to expect from unconventional cinema in India.  

A Foodie’s Day Out in Beijing

For the patient, curious, and intrepid traveller, there is almost no better place for a food adventure.  
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Interviews

  • Laxmi Bomb

    Seeing the Light

    In conversation with Mumbai-based electro-pop band Laxmi Bomb about Mah'Bharat, their newly released second EP.
  • The Adventures of Stoob

    A School Story

    In conversation with Samit Basu about his new series of children's books titled The Adventures of Stoob.
  • Shantanu Pandit

    Skunk in the Cellar

    In conversation with singer-songwriter Shantanu Pandit about his debut EP, comparisons to Bob Dylan, and his take on the indie music scene in India.

Features

  • NH7 2014

    Live and Loud: The NH7 Weekender 2014

    In conversation with the F16s, Sandunes, Madboy/Mink, Frame/Frame, and Big City Harmonics about the happiest music festival in India.
  • A Foodie's Day in Beijing

    A Foodie’s Day Out in Beijing

    For the patient, curious, and intrepid traveller, there is almost no better place for a food adventure.
  • Dharamshala International Film Festival 2014

    Cinema’s Home in the Hills

    In conversation with the minds behind the Dharamshala International Film Festival.

Reviews

  • Seahorse

    Book Review: Seahorse

    In Janice Pariat's debut novel Seahorse, time is tethered to love, to obsessions, to personal myths.
  • Pune 52

    Film Review: Pune 52

    Largely regarded as India's first Marathi neo-noir film, Pune 52 has all the elements one has come to expect from unconventional cinema in India.
  • Annie Zaidi Gulab

    Book Review: Gulab

    Annie Zaidi takes the tropes of the conventional ghost story and breathes new life into them.
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