Issue: July-August ’16
English theatre in India continues to evolve and forge an identity for itself, as Indians continue to revise their complex relationship with the language.
New husbands are like burrs: they stick, they irritate, and they’re mostly unwanted.
Malik Sajad’s heartwrenching graphic novel traces the generations that grew up in Kashmir post 1990.
In conversation with Ram Venkatesan and Kishore Mohan about Black Mumba, a new noir graphic novel that explores some of the darker aspects of the city of Mumbai.
Most of what happens in Aliyyah Eniath's debut novel will be deeply familiar to readers that have grown up up in a large joint family themselves.
For writers in India looking to get published, here are some more platforms that may be the right fit for your writing.
In conversation with activist Aditi Angiras about her Bring Back the Poets initiative and writing and performing spoken word poetry.
In conversation with Revathy V K about her photography, her writing, and the queer community in India.
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