An excerpt from The Women Who Forgot to Invent Facebook and Other Stories by Nisha Susan.
The light turned green and Annie discovered that keeping up with a man in possession of such powerful buttocks was not an easy task.
We’re currently accepting submissions for Volume 7 of the Helter Skelter Anthology of New Writing. Our theme for this edition of New Writing is: Identity.
Vol. 6 of our New Writing anthology is our third one in print and features original writing handpicked by Meena Kandasamy and Eunice de Souza. Get your copy now!
Six decades after his death, we remember Saadat Hasan Manto, whose progressive and profound stories reaffirm his credibility as a giant of South Asian literature.
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In conversation with Revathy V K about her photography, her writing, and the queer community in India.
Vol. 5 of our New Writing anthology is our second one in print and features original writing handpicked by Anjum Hasan and Samhita Arni. Get your copy now!
For writers in India looking to get published, here is a handy list we’ve put together to help you find the right platform for your writing.
Our feelings are second-hand. Our love is constructed. Our beliefs are coloured, our originality validated through artificial art. It has become truly difficult to love without getting hurt.
Right before the end, reality had become a bad sci-fi movie, the kind you watch at four in the morning, unable to sleep, unable to turn the T.V. off.
The Maoists aren’t a ‘tribe’, though some of them might be tribals. The C.R.P.F. certainly isn’t. Which tribe hunts for a monthly salary?