Issue: September ’12
You’ve got to admit that music-wise, the Riot Peddlers—a three-piece punk rock band from Mumbai—are on top of their game.
Krishna Udayasankar talks to us about sacred texts, reader feedback, and which mythological character she’d love to sit down and have a beer with.
In conversation with Shoma Narayanan, whose debut novel Monsoon Wedding Fever is the first Mills & Boon novel by an Indian author to be released globally.
A quick chat with Bidisha Basu, one of the founders of Leaping Windows, India's first library and café for comic books, graphic novels, and manga.
P. Sivakami's stories refuse to mollycoddle the reader into a sense of ennui, the worst weapon in an indifferent world.
Just one viewing of this old classic by B. R. Chopra shows us all that is wrong with Hindi television today.
Janice Pariat, founding editor of Pyrta, talks to us in an exclusive interview about Boats on Land, her new collection of short stories.
Nascent pictographs created from the controlled symbiosis of needle and ink on nothing but bare skin hold a certain allure for this writer.
Translated from Malayalam by Chetana Sachidanandan, Anand's The Book of Destruction is anything but feel-good—and that’s a good thing.
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