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Issue: May ’12

  • Book Review: Urban Shots (Series)

    If you were to read stories about a regular day in your city, would they capture your interest long enough for you to reach the end?
  • Everyone’s a Fucking Editor

    The Transmetropolitan series of graphic novels is satiric, dark, and wonderfully profane.
  • Androgyny and Acceptance

    Founded by Sukriti Grover and Sapna Bhavnani, SoFake is an avant-garde fashion label that aims to bridge the gap between the two sexes effortlessly.
  • Blood and Lust

    If you can keep up with all the gore and naked, white flesh that comes with most H.B.O. shows, you will enjoy True Blood.
  • CD Review: S.T.D.

    Sridhar/Thayil are still one of the most eccentric, experimental, and unique bands in the Indian scene.
  • Village Vignettes: Harvest Season

    Being a handicap in a farming family is a deadly curse—the ignominy of being an extra mouth to feed without the solace of being a helping hand.
  • U-bends: Ujeli, Again

    Uttarkashi isn’t likely to make the top ten lists of many tourists. It doesn’t offer much in the way of museums or ancient ruins or souvenirs.
  • Songbird

    In the dead of a summer afternoon, hiking through a forest in the Deccan is an unnatural experience.
  • Film Review: Shame

    Often nightmarish, Shame can be best described as a story about neurosis and dysfunction.

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