Issue: April ’13
In conversation with noted poet Vivek Narayanan about his writing and his work with Almost Island.
Why does Ma Anand Sheela continue to 'love' Osho even after he accused her of bio-terrorism and was responsible for her stint in prison?
While Between the Lines tackles the gender divide in the context of a married, well-to-do couple, Class of ’84 flirts briefly with homophobia.
Apart from what it dresses in, one needs to constantly monitor where the body goes, who it is seen with, and when it can appear in public places.
Rajat Chaudhuri's latest novel sees a motley bunch of hotel guests sharing stories of which they are observer, star, and occasional victim.
Once the capital of the world, the city of London is riven with a thick sediment of words.
Can love taste like a red velvet cupcake? Can pride taste like freshly baked bread at four in the morning?
Bestselling author Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan speaks to us about her latest novel Cold Feet and why she dislikes the term 'chick lit'.
One day, back when thick rimmed glasses hadn’t “come back”, quite simply because they hadn’t left yet, Dave Brubeck set out to look for his mojo.
American McGee's Alice infuses an air of freshness into a tale that is over a hundred years old.
Himachali women are a refreshing change from those I have encountered in the northern plains of rural India.
Even in the age of the Internet, love is old-fashioned.
Manu Joseph deftly weaves a novel that is a rare sighting: a blue moon, exciting and wholly fulfilling.
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