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  • Pandemonium and Chaos

    The question remains: Will humanity suffer, or the undying soul of John Constantine?
  • The Tap #13

  • Another Feather in Her Cap

    An exclusive interview with writer and dancer Tishani Doshi, whose debut novel is creating waves everywhere.
  • CD Review: Grey Oceans

    CocoRosie's music has a tendency to oscillate between unbearable pretension and spine-chilling beauty.
  • Book Review: The Thing About Thugs

    It’s an absolute delight to read Tabish Khair’s lyrical prose; to become embroiled in this labyrinthine “ghost of a true story”.
  • CD Review: The Final Frontier

    The re-climb to the top for Iron Maiden has been short, quick, and sexy—in the heaviest possible way.
  • At Least They Got the Address Right

    Comic book literature has never felt more convincing than From Hell.
  • The Tap #12

  • The New Tube Order

    An exclusive interview with Samira Kanwar and Rohit 'P-Man' Pereira, creators of The P-Man Show.
  • No Love Lost

    In conversation with author Anjali Joseph about her acclaimed debut novel Saraswati Park.
  • The Rainy Day Chicken

    Pulpy tomatoes and the comforting smell of curry bubbling away in the kitchen—the perfect treat for a rainy day.
  • Oxford English Dictionary Will Not Be Printed Again

    Alastair Jamieson reports in The Telegraph— “Sales of the third edition of the vast tome have fallen due to the increasing popularity of online alternatives, according to its publisher. “A team of 80 lexicographers has been working on the third edition of the OED – known as OED3 – for the past 21 years. “The […]

The Tap #32

By Ramya Sriram