Issue: May ’13
South India is a confusing place to become a young woman: everyone seems so close but we are witness to so little physical embrace, so little touch.
In conversation with multifaceted author Annie Zaidi about Love Stories #1 to 14, her latest collection of short stories.
In conversation with Mahinn Ali Khan: writer, archivist, and innovator.
“Welcome to Sweden, you lunatic,” says Karl. I’ve just landed in Stockholm, where the temperature is a bracing -19 degrees Celsius.
Mohsin Hamid's latest book makes you turn your attention to lives and situations that you may not have considered before.
Even in a country as inherently classist as India, a lower class man has far more power than an upper class woman.
Kamal Singh as Hoirong has released a brilliant, thoughtful debut that is as evocative of Seattle in the '90s as Bangalore in the mid-'00s.
A cigar festival is held in Havana every year and cigar tasting tours, as well as tours to nearby tobacco plantations, are extremely popular.
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