Issue: August ’12

  • Hard Pressed

    In a world where everyone with an Internet connection possesses the agency to self-publish, how do we deal with questions of quality?
  • CD Review: Sad Little Shoebox

    Rummage through the songs on Gowri Jayakumar's debut album, and you will find snippets and cut-outs of bygone youth and distant memories.
  • Book Review: Chennaivaasi

    T. S. Tirumurti sets the stage for a tale of duty, love, and family that spans across continents and generations.
  • A Space Odyssey?

    It is not very incredulous to foresee a future where sentient mechanical beings will take over the mantle of evolution from human beings.
  • Not Too Shabby

    Sanctum is a lifestyle store that focuses on a more relaxed approach to creating intimate spaces, with pieces that are both comforting and timeless.
  • Silence is Golden

    Musician and author Shriram Iyer speaks to us about his debut novel Wings of Silence.
  • Death Dealer

    Death Note is an existential mystery wrapped inside a thriller.
  • Snapshots Without Time

    Snapshots or instant pictures capture a moment in time. But what of a place where time doesn't exist; where there is stillness and nothing ever changes?
  • Book Review: The Rhythm of Riddles

    This translated collection of Byomkesh Bakshi mysteries is non-intrusive, mildly interesting—at times, pleasant—but ultimately tepid.
  • Five to One

    Difficult Pleasures author Anjum Hasan talks to us about five of her favourite short fiction writers.
  • More Than a Story

    Heartbreaking in a way only sheer beauty can be, Craig Thompson's Habibi is a celebration: of love, lust, and the human need for company.
  • Pooper Paper

    Elrhino, a manufacturer of handcrafted, wood-free paper made from elephant and rhino dung, aims to form an economic bond between humans and animals in Assam.
  • Monsoon Express

    The story of the monsoons is somewhat like the story of my country, where senses and sensibilities are constantly overwhelmed, and then subjugated.
  • Book Review: How I Braved Anu Aunty and Co-founded a Million Dollar Company

    Varun Agarwal's debut novel is not one that will appease critical eyes. Its charm lies in its sheer simplicity and the author's easy, engaging style.

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