Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Concrete Art – By Mario Loprete

    I live in Catanzaro, a small Calabrian city in the south of Italy. It’s a beautiful place to live in. If geographically  it's a great...

Time to Rise – Cli-Fi and the Responsibility of New Visions – By Jim...

  Cli-Fi cuts too close to home. Climate Fiction isn’t exactly speculative fiction or science fiction. It is the right here, right now. Our destructiveness...

The Literary Oligarchy Is Killing Writing – By Ranbir Sidhu

Years ago, when I was first trying to make a name for myself as a writer, a prominent Indian novelist and one whom I...

My Journey as an Artist & Art Instructor – Cynthia Yatchman

  I was lucky enough to grow up in a household that supported and practiced the arts. I went to  elementary school at a time when...

Other tongues: the stunning lingual diversity of India – By Karthik Venkatesh

The Eighth Schedule of the Indian Constitution lists the 22 official languages of India. These are the languages that the government of India officially...

Radius 200 – By Veena Nagpal (Excerpts)

Set against the backdrop of a nuclear strike on Allahabad, Radius 200 is a poignant story centering round love and longing and the very spirit...

The Long Weeping – By Jessie van Eerden ( An excerpt )

                   ( The Long Weeping - In this collection of portraits, the eye is the vital “lamp of the body,” a spiritual organ...

Celebrating Gandhi – Haiku Posters By Masood Hussain & Gabriel Rosenstock

Kashmiri artist Masood Hussain teamed up with bilingual poet and haiku master Gabriel Rosenstock to create 6 haiku posters that celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Gandhi, the apostle of civil disobedience.

The Rise of the Cli-Fi Literary Genre – By Danny Bloom

As the 20th century began to morph into the 21st century in the late 1990s, the global landscape of cultural production started to teem...

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