Issue: August-December ’17
Girls, whose bodies had widened, gyrated and swayed, performing in ways society wouldn’t otherwise allow.
In conversation with the always outspoken Manu Joseph about journalism, being political, and his latest novel, Miss Laila, Armed and Dangerous.
As the women sat together, they picked the leaves off the branches, leaving only the tiny buds that now smelled ripe with intoxication.
In conversation with acclaimed poet, novelist, and dancer Tishani Doshi on Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods, her new collection of poetry.
At this moment, more than anything, she wished she too could giggle and laugh and read words and whisper secrets.
At times like these, Tara missed the gentle music of her village, which was so unlike this town.
Balli Kaur Jaswal’s third novel deals with honour killings, vigilante community policing, murder, forbidden love, and a lot more.
Hair that shined in the morning light, ruddy cheeks, small eyes, and full lips. Their gaze, she knew, rested on her.
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